Conservation success stories
Rhino poaching escalates in South Africa
In 2013 poachers killed 1004 rhinos in South Africa -- 606 in the Kruger National Park alone.
WWF presses the EU to stop illegal wildlife trade
WWF’s campaign to halt the illegal wildlife trade, in partnership with the wildlife trade ...
Soy on shop shelves is masked threat to nature
A new WWF report finds that the invisibility of soy on food shelves masks the environmental ...
Donana at 50 – a paradise still threatened
Spain’s Coto Doñana is considered one of the most valuable wetlands in Europe; a sanctuary for ...
Snow leopard successfully collared in Nepal’s Himalayas
Kathmandu, Nepal – Nepal created new strides in snow leopard conservation with the historic ...
World leaders agree key mechanism to stop deforestation
n a hugely important conservation milestone, world leaders have agreed a finance package that will ...
Elephant poaching remains alarmingly high
Central Africa has lost nearly two-thirds of its elephant population in the past decade, and ...
Change needed for Lima climate talks
The UN climate talks in Lima Peru 2014 are a key chance to change track after the failure of the ...
DiCaprio funds to help double tiger numbers in Nepal
The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation has donated $3 million for WWF to help double Nepal’s wild tiger ...
Deforestation rates in Brazil surge
After several years of declining deforestation rates, the annual deforestation rate in Brazil has ...
NEW: Conservation Pulse
- Download August 2015 edition
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.