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
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WWF Senior Advisor for Social Safeguards to chair UNESCO round-table on building indigenous knowledge into climate change assessments
WWF Forest and Climate Programme Senior Advisor for Social Safeguards, Minnie Degawan, will ...
FSC proves resilience, paves way for a stronger future
The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC)’s General Assembly proved that the multi-stakeholder ...
Amazon in Rio: Dialogues enhance awareness of Amazon’s contributions to peoples’ wellbeing and countries’ economies
“What is needed to successfully solve environmental problems?” That question, posed to WWF world ...
Community Measurement, Reporting, and Verification workshop in Guyana provides capacity building opportunity
An August learning exchange workshop in Guyana provided a platform for sharing best practices and ...
WWF staff meet in Indonesia to discuss benefit sharing in the context of conservation
WWF staff recently gathered at a learning session in Indonesia to discuss and share insights on the ...
Interview with Nelson Gutierrez, Forest Carbon Specialist with WWF-Peru
Nelson Gutierrez is a Forest Carbon Specialist with the WWF-Peru team, based in Madre de Dios.
WWF guide for banks provides plan for sustainable finance
A new guide released today by WWF explains how banks can go beyond reputation and risk management ...
Indonesia-Philippines learning exchange builds foundation for recognizing indigenous peoples' land and governance rights
In a June south-south learning exchange, representatives from WWF-Indonesia and the district ...
The Declaration of Lima calls on governments to recognise the Pan-Amazon’s vital role in climate regulation and guarantee climate security for humanity
40% of the worlds remaining rainforests are to be found in the Amazon as well as at least 10% of ...
Sustainable rattan management in Laos goes from strength to strength with new FSC certifications and export order
In 2011, the world’s first FSC-certified rattan forests premiered in Laos. Three years later, WWF ...