WWF Peru office
WWF in Peru
Trinidad Morán 853 Lince Lima- 14,
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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
UN climate talks fail to deliver progress despite hottest year on record
WWF issued the following statement from Samantha Smith, Leader of WWF’s Global Climate and Energy ...
Latin America a hotspot for renewable energy development
Success stories from seven countries in Latin America and the Caribbean prove that the region is ...
Carbon Monitoring Manual
Tropical forests are not only a major source of natural resources, but also a key mechanism to ...
INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN ISOLATION AND INITIAL CONTACT: WWF–PERU EFFORTS TO PROTECT PEOPLE AND FORESTS
The Purus-Manu Conservation Corridor (PMCC) is one of the largest forest areas encompassing around ...
Oil company Soco not to drill in Virunga World Heritage Site
Soco International PLC will end its operations in Africa’s oldest national park and also is ...
It’s not water…is salt: Why climate change activists still participate on UN negotiations.
It’s not the water but the salt. The salt creeps in as the water rises but it never leaves.
U.S. Get serious about climate change
A move by US President Barack Obama to reduce emissions from US-based power plants is the strongest ...
WWF urges President Peña Nieto to protect Cabo Pulmo National Park
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) urged President Enrique Peña Nieto to permanently protect Cabo Pulmo reef ...
Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, CCAD and GEF join forces for the conservation of the Mesoamerican Reef, the largest transboundary barrier reef in the world
The Global Environmental Facility (GEF) Council Meeting approved a US$10M grant for the project ...
Completing The Puzzle
Putting the pieces together for a REDD+ proposal in Madre de Dios.