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Tons of pangolin scales up in flames in Cameroon
Cameroon today, February 17, burnt over three tons (3094kg) of pangolin scales in ongoing fight ...
Discovery of new shark species highlights need to protect Belize waters
The species, which requires healthy habitats, serves as an indicator of the state of health of ...
“This forest is my life”
For the past 17 years, Awouma Petit Jean, a Baka man, has been working with WWF as tourist guide ...
Implementing the Agenda 2030: sustainability standards help business seize opportunities
Gland, Switzerland – A new report published by WWF and ISEAL today indicates how businesses can ...
Poaching is a crime against local population- German Ambassador
German Ambassador to Cameroon, Dr. Hans-Dieter Stell, has said poaching is a crime against local ...
Too many vessels, too little management for tuna fishing in the Eastern Pacific
As the Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commission (IATTC) meets for an extraordinary session, WWF is ...
Last Call for Vaquita, the Mexican “Panda of the Sea”
WWF statement on new vaquita numbers released by the CIRVA.
Gaston Mane, Voice of Baka in Southeast Cameroon
Between 2007 and 2010, Gaston Mane was the lone Baka in the lone government secondary school in ...
Western Indian Ocean valued at US$333.8 billion but at a crossroads
New WWF report foreshadows significant challenges in the absence of stronger conservation ...
Community Forest making dreams of Baka girls come true
From the heart of the Congo Basin rainforest grows a dream from two indigenous Baka girls. ...
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