Conservation success stories
Drop in polar bear numbers reported
With news of a further increase in illegal killing of rhino in South Africa in 2014, WWF is calling ...
Whales gain greater protection
An international meeting has agreed stricter measures to govern so-called scientific whaling and to ...
WWF campaign supports shift away from fossil fuels
WWF’s campaign to promote clean, renewable energy – Seize Your Power – has contributed to major ...
Conservation listing protects shark and ray
Seven species of shark and ray are now protected under the Convention on International Trade in ...
More rigorous fisheries standard boosts sustainability
A newly-revised and more rigorous Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) fisheries standard is a major ...
First MSC fishery certified in India
The recognition of India's first Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) certified fishery marks a ...
Major Russian companies gain MSC certification
Two fishing companies responsible for 10 per cent of the Russian cod and haddock catch in the ...
World’s largest home developer is WWF Climate Saver
China Vanke Co Ltd, a developer of homes in 30 Chinese cities, has committed to reduce harmful CO2 ...
WWF honours noted UK conservationist
WWF has recognized noted British conservationist Gathorne-Hardy, 5th Earl of Cranbrook with its ...
Major advances in marine species conservation
Twenty-one species of shark and ray have received international protection, adding to recent marine ...
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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.