Media & Resources for Journalists
WWF Stamp Collection helps conservation
The sale of stamps has become an important source of income for funding WWF's conservation ...
New study finds controls inadequate to protect Galapagos sea cucumbers
Sea cucumbers in the Galapagos Islands in Ecuador continue to be illegally fished and are also ...
WWF launches new campaign for Europe's large carnivores
The future of Europe's flagship carnivores such as lynxes, wolves and brown bears has reached a ...
EU Farm Ministers Split On Countryside Clean Up
Europe's countryside is under threat as Agriculture Ministers meet in Brussels...
WWF WARNS OF CONTINUED THREATS TO THE TIGER
Marking the end of the Chinese Year of the Tiger, WWF - the conservation organization warned today ...
CITES AUTHORISES ONE-OFF SALE OF IVORY
During its session from 8-12 February 1999, the CITES Standing Committee has decided to allow the ...
Governments Losing Focus on Elimination of World's Deadliest Chemicals, WWF Says
WWF today called on departing delegates to the United Nations Conference on Persistent Organic ...
WWF Report Finds Up To 82 Percent of DDT Sprayed Indoors Escapes into Environment
A WWF report finds sufficient scientific evidence of hazards to human health and wildlife to ...
WWF radio show on environment is a success in the Amazon
Radio is the main communications media for the rural population in the Brazilian Amazon region ..
Coto Doqana Protected Wetland Again At Risk - UPDATED (14 Jan)
WWF warns of the risk of a new environmental disaster as Boliden's Spanish mine seeks to re-open.