Ensuring forests for the future
Turing over a new leaf
Within these landsapes WWF works to ensure countries have scientifically based and representative networks of well-managed protected areas, which are sustainably financed, ensure effective participation of local communities and provide social and economic benefits, and in addition, establish initiatives that support responsible forest management and trade.
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Global Forest and Trade Network
Learn more about our work with the Global Forest and Trade Network...
Deforestation and illegal timber trade top WWF’s agenda at XIV World Forestry Congress
WWF is challenging participants to take bold actions to stop deforestation.
Tropical forests "on the edge"
Tropical rainforests could largely disappear by the end of the century, warns a new report ...
Celebrating and working with indigenous peoples to sustain the world’s forests
August 9 marks UN's International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples
FSC certification yields financial benefits for tropical forest businesses, shows new WWF report
Tropical producers and SMEs can benefit significantly from FSC certification, report finds
Interview with Maria Fernanda Jaramillo, Knowledge Sharing Manager
Maria Fernanda is the Knowledge Sharing and Learning Manager for the WWF Forest and Climate ...
Interview with Peter Umunay, 2014 Russell E. Train Fellow
A PhD candidate in forest ecology and management at Yale and Russell E. Train Fellow with WWF
GFTN participants receive first FSC certification for mangrove forests in Borneo
First group certification at the concession level for PT Kandelia Alam and PT Bina Ovivipari ...
WWF supports forest action at World Summit Climate & Territories
A key event in the 2015 global climate agenda on the road to Paris
Encyclical adds moral arguments to act on climate change
WWF reacts to the message by Pope Francis
Major win for forests at climate meeting in Bonn
Climate change negotiations reach a surprise agreement on REDD+ scheme to cut emissions from ...