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WWF Conservation Projects in Peru
REDD Project Implementation in the Peruvian Andean Amazon
This project aims to contribute to the effective conservation of biodiverse forest lands in the Peruvian Andean Amazon. These forests are subject to h...
Natural Resource Use in Indigenous Lands in Peru
This project aims to help indigenous people in rural areas of the Peruvian Amazon defend their rights to the sustainable use of natural resources in t...
Forests provide essential environmental, social and economic functions, but alarming deforestation rates in the last 3 decades have caused at least ha...
Latest Peru news
At least 26 elephants massacred in world heritage site
At least 26 elephants were massacred in the Dzanga Bai World Heritage Site in the Central ...
High alert: Poachers enter unique elephant habitat
From extractors to entrepreneurs: the Indigenous Community of Puerto Esperanza says farewell to the middleman
• Indigenous community seeks new buyers for their certified timber • 90 thousand Shihuahuaco and ...
Joint efforts: WWF shares over 13 years of conservation experience in the largest wetland complex in the Peruvian Amazon
• Indigenous representatives and national authorities shared their visions for the Pastaza wetland ...
Fishermen, entrepreneurs and authorities embrace initiatives towards the sustainability of the Mahi mahi fishery
• Union representatives, academic and government institutions are jointly developing an Action Plan ...
Peru switched off the ligths and turned on the music for Earth Hour
• A solar power concert in the capital city of Lima, kicked off a massive celebration that spread ...
Great music can save the planet!
• For the first time in Peru, a concert powered by solar energy will be given, during Earth ...
Commitments for a better future: EARTH HOUR LAUNCHES 2013 CAMPAIGN
• Important initiative has the active support of the Ministry of the Environment and the Chamber of ...
Peru embraces sustainability global standards (RSPO) for Palm Oil
• Global corporations, such as Unilever, plan to use only RSPO certified palm oil as of 201
Thai prime minister announces end to ivory trade