Conservation success stories
Microchips to protect rhinos in Kenya
WWF-Kenya hands over 1000 microchips and 5 scanners to the Kenya Wildlife Service today.
Promising news from Heart of Borneo
Video camera traps captured the first footage of critically endangered Sumatran rhinos in ...
Conservation advances in Colombia and Peru
In June, indigenous communities, conservation authorities and WWF celebrated 10 years of success in ...
Crucial 2014 climate summit to be held in Peru
WWF welcomes the announcement that Peru will host the December 2014 high level session of the UN ...
Polar bear summit to address climate threat
The polar bear conservation treaty agreed 40 years ago by the five countries with polar bear ...
Accelerating climate change demands action
Climate change is happening faster, more intensely and often at unprecedented rates of change ...
Protecting the world’s special places and species
In November 2014 the World Parks Congress will be held in Sydney Australia.
Oil drilling banned in top marine priority area
A decade-long campaign to protect a global marine conservation priority area has succeeded with the ...
Progress in curbing the shark fin trade
In Hong Kong, WWF has gained significant support for its campaign to stop shark fin consumption.
Positive moves towards sustainable fishing
The world’s largest pollock fishery has gained certification by the Marine Stewardship Council ...