Conservation success stories
Gabon ignites the fight against ivory traffickers
In June 2012, Gabon’s president Ali Bongo made a historic move by personally setting fire to a ...
Palm oil sustainability body boosts complaints handling, mapping requirements
WWF has welcomed a commitment to observe fairness, transparency and impartiality in the ...
Leading paper companies embrace transparency
Twenty-five of the world’s major pulp and paper manufacturers, with a combined annual output of 85 ...
WWF recognises community conservation in Namibia
WWF has recognised Namibia’s communal conservancy programme as a Gift to the Earth – an award for ...
UK Government opposes Soco oil search in Virunga
Despite concerns from humanitarian groups, conservationists and local community members, ...
European union votes for sustainable fishing
The European Parliament voted for measures to support sustainable fishing and against proposals ...
Denmark recognised for climate leadership
WWF has recognised as a Gift to the Earth the inspiring leadership and example set by Denmark to ...
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 ...
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.