Conservation success stories
US drilling plans spare Arctic’s federal waters
America’s Arctic will be free of new offshore oil and gas drilling, at least for the next five ...
Photos show arctic foxes denning in Finland for the first time in two decades
Tanzanian president leads crackdown on elephant poaching
“We are not going to allow our natural resources to be depleted,” Magufuli said.
WWF celebrates as Shell to relinquish Canadian Arctic offshore oil permits
WWF welcomes Shell Canada’s decision announced today to relinquish offshore oil exploration permits ...
Polar bear patrols keep bears and Arctic communities safe
At the close of another polar bear season for northern communities, WWF is pleased to announce that ...
Huge majority of EU Parliament votes for nature
An overwhelming majority of Members of the European Parliament (592 vs 52 MEPs) voted this week ...
Boost for WWF’s campaign on Hong Kong ivory trade
A series of countries central to the illegal ivory trade have now made a commitment to cease or ...
Building on rhino protection in Nepal and South Africa
Increased anti-poaching eﬀorts have achieved the ﬁrst annual decrease in rhinos killed in South ...
Major new conservation complex underway
WWF applauds the agreement reached in Canada’s British Columbia after 20 years of negotiations to ...
WWF wetlands milestone reached
The area of wetlands designated for protection and sustainable management under the Ramsar ...
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