Conservation success stories
Progress on addressing the shark slaughter
Two key international shark fin importing hubs, Hong Kong and Singapore, report reduced demand for ...
Growing support for a shift from coal to renewables
A major UN scientific report calls for a more than tripling of investments in clean energy ...
EBRD commits to step out of coal
WWF welcomed the decision by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to phase ...
Opposition increases to Soco’s oil plans
Local protests have taken place in Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), against Soco’s ...
Earth Hour 2014 launches crowdsourcing
The idea of mobilizing the voices of the Earth Hour audience in support of environmental actions ...
Earth Hour 2014 Event
Earth Hour set new records for global participation across the planet in March 2014, with 162 ...
Young Paraguayan forest engineer wins top honours in prestigious international award
Carmen Maria Araceli Monges, a 20-year-old conservation leader and forest engineering student from ...
Unilever CEO awarded top WWF honour
Paul Polman, CEO of global consumer group Unilever, has been recognised by WWF for his global ...
Countries renew plan to protect mountain gorillas
Rwanda, Uganda and DRC to boost gorilla tourism in Virunga mountains.
World Court rules against Japanese whaling
The International Court of Justice ruled in March that Japan should immediately cease all whaling ...