WWF statement international condemnation of Iceland
WWF joins 35 governments in calling on Iceland to stop hunting endangered fin whales.
Historic shark decision takes effect
Seven threatened species of shark and ray gain greater protection this Sunday
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 ...
In the red for the rest of 2014: today we exceed nature’s budget
Gland, Switzerland: Humanity has exhausted its annual ecological budget in less than eight ...
EU countries failing to halt illegal timber trade
A survey by WWF confirms that many EU countries are still failing to halt the entry of illegal wood ...
Halve catches or lose Pacific bluefin tuna, WWF tells fishery managers
The long term sustainability of the Pacific Bluefin Tuna fishery can only be guaranteed by ...
Countries tread water on Indian Ocean fisheries rules
After five days of deliberations, member states of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) ...
New era for environmental protection in Madagascar
Over 17 million hectares of land and marine area will be the focus of a new partnership aimed at ...
Earth is in deep trouble, says IPCC report
A UN climate impact report, released today, gives the clearest and most comprehensive ...
First World Wildlife Day an opportunity for hope and action
World Wildlife Day is an opportunity to celebrate the globe's wild plant and animal life.