Conservation success stories
UN body calls for no oil exploration in Virunga
Concerned about proposed oil exploration in Virunga National Park, UNESCO’s World Heritage ...
Virunga study shows its huge economic value
Virunga National Park could be worth US $1.1 billion per year if developed sustainably, rather than ...
Outstanding conservation leaders recognised
Two outstanding conservationists received Leaders for a Living Planet awards in June,
WWF honours young Peruvian marine conservationist
Kerstin Forsberg, a 28-year-old marine conservation biologist and campaigner has been awarded the ...
US gearing up to address climate change
The climate change plan announced in June by US President Barack Obama will place limits on carbon ...
Applause for new fishing rules in the Mediterranean
WWF has welcomed the first ever comprehensive management plan that aims to guarantee sustainable ...
UN Rivers Convention close to reality
Thirty countries have acceded to the UN convention on transboundary river use – only five countries ...
Regular surveys needed to confirm tigers increasing
WWF has called on all 13 tiger range states to conduct a series of tiger counts through to 2022 to ...
Fiji supports protection of mangrove forests
Fijian President Ratu Epeli Nailatikau has called for protection of the country’s mangrove forests ...
WWF stages environmental discussion in Abu Dhabi
WWF staged its third TEDxWWF conference in Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in May, ...