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The Mangroves are at Risk. We (Youth) can be the Answer
Mangrove ecosystems are full of biodiversity.
Earth Overshoot Day: humanity exceeds nature's budget for 2015
In less than eight months, humanity has used up nature’s budget for the entire year, with carbon ...
La vie d'un enfant à Beheloke
Au coeur des communautés Vezo, on voit beaucoup d'enfants. Quand vous marchez à la plage, ils sont ...
A Child's Life in Beheloke
One of the most visible features of Vezo communities are the children. When you walk to the beach ...
Lessons From Nature: What We Can Learn from the Spiny Forest
“Plants are doing it. We should too,” said Navi, a fellow WWF volunteer, after discovering in Life ...
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
World unites to fight wildlife crime as UN adopts historic resolution
Faced with an unprecedented surge in wildlife crime, the UN today adopted a historic resolution ...
Sur une mince ligne bleue
WWF travaille dans de nombreuses régions côtières dans le monde entier. Ce sont des domaines ...
On a Thin Blue Line
WWF works in many coastal areas around the world. These are complex areas. They are intersections ...
Diving Deep; a Firsthand Look at an Overfished Reef
Sun rays dance through the water to tickle the fishermen’s legs as they dive. They are muscular ...