Conservation success stories
Road plans threaten Cambodia tiger reintroduction
WWF has called for the cancellation of a planned road that would cut through 36km of ...
Save the iconic Great Barrier Reef
Reckless industrialization proposed alongside Australia’s Great Barrier Reef (GBR) could cause ...
Asian countries commit to achieve zero poaching
Governments in Asia have committed to swift action to stamp out poaching at a landmark meeting on ...
Australia denies Great Barrier Reef’s dire decline
An Australian Government report to UNESCO in January which portrays the Great Barrier Reef as being ...
Celebrating the Mekong on World Wetlands Day
On 2 February, World Wetlands Day, WWF celebrated the Mekong River and highlighted its efforts to ...
Protecting wetlands in Central and Eastern Europe
WWF has helped achieve several freshwater successes in the Danube-Carpathian region of central ...
WWF launches Earth Hour City Challenge
The annual Earth Hour City Challenge has been launched, with 44 cities representing 16 countries ...
Awards for low-carbon innovations in China
New and innovative technologies with huge potential for reducing carbon emissions have been ...
WWF Calls for a Global effort against Poaching
With news of a further increase in illegal killing of rhino in South Africa in 2014, WWF is calling ...
UN appoints WWF conservation leader as climate adviser
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Janos Pasztor as UN's senior climate advisor. ...
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Check out the new Conservation Pulse ! A new monthly communiqué to share recent conservation achievements – especially those contributing to the Global Goals and Drivers of WWF’s new Global Conservation Programme. It shows what can be achieved when we work together and focus on successes that can be replicated at scale – and help fulfil our mission to stop the degradation of the planet’s natural environment and build a future in which people live in harmony with nature.