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News & Publications
Alert: Poachers enter unique elephant habitat
Poachers have entered one of Africa’s most unique elephant habitats on Monday, threatening to cause ...
Ecosystems in the Greater Mekong: past trends, current status, possible futures
New forest loss figures highlight need for green growth in the Greater Mekong – WWF
The Greater Mekong subregion in Southeast Asia risks losing more than a third of its remaining ...
UN recognizes severity of wildlife crimes
Members of the United Nations Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice Friday passed a ...
Time for Thailand to turn words into action to shut down ivory trade
Mother of newly born rhino calf killed by poachers in Manas National Park of India
WWF exposes seven sins of dam building
WWF criticizes dam projects worldwide that continue to violate fundamental sustainability criteria.
เหตุฆ่าช้าง 89 ตัว
At least 89 elephants were killed by poachers last week in Chad - in one night. Regional ...
Vancouver crowned Earth Hour Capital 2013
Gland, Switzerland – WWF’s Earth Hour City Challenge (EHCC) has recognised the City of Vancouver, ...
Governments start to rein in ivory and rhino horn trade, give sharks and timbers better protection at wildlife trade meeting
Bangkok, Thailand - A critical wildlife trade meeting closed Thursday with decisions from world ...