Conservation news & stories
Can Indonesia's notorious deforesters turn over a new leaf?
A year ago, Asia Pulp and Paper (APP) announced that its fibre supplies would no longer come from ...
WWF honours Bolivia for designation of world’s largest protected wetland
La Paz, Bolivia – WWF has recognized the Bolivian government’s commitment to nature conservation ...
World Heritage Sites now ‘no-go’ for Total
Total to stay out of World Heritage Sites while Soco plans seismic testing in Virunga.
UN Security Council targets poaching and wildlife trade with DRC sanctions
The United Nations Security Council takes a critical step in tackling poaching and illicit wildlife ...
New report: government failures put Reef World Heritage Status “on the line”
A new report shows the Australian and Queensland Governments are failing to act on the World ...
WWF and H&M: The journey of water stewardship – year one
One year ago, WWF signed a partnership with the global fashion company H&M with the goal of ...
New footage reveals family life of elusive Amur leopard
Video footage released today of one of the most endangered species on the planet, the Amur leopard, ...
WWF welcomes APRIL Sustainable Forest Management Policy
WWF has cautiously welcomed a Sustainable Forest Management Policy (SFMP) launched today by ...
Critically endangered turtle makes surprise appearance
A hawksbill sea turtle has been recorded for the first time in the waters of Pakistan.
WWF and TRAFFIC commend Singapore Customs for $1.5m Rhino horn seizure
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) Singapore and TRAFFIC in Southeast Asia applaud the vigilant work ...
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