Posted on 20 Mar 2023
Key findings from UN climate report
The latest science on the climate crisis and its effect on all living things is laid out in a powerful new United Nations report.
Posted on 08 Mar 2023
Endangered porpoise population increases
New hope for the critically endangered Yangtze finless porpoise as numbers increase for the first time since records began.
Posted on 08 Mar 2023
New ocean treaty is landmark moment
Governments agree to a new global UN treaty that paves the way for greater protection of the ocean.
Posted on 06 Mar 2023
Brands join together for nature
Over 200 of the world’s best-loved businesses and NGOs highlight nature loss for WWF’s #WorldWithoutNature campaign.
Posted on 04 Mar 2023
Brands lose nature on World Wildlife Day
Brands, sports team, community groups and NGOs around the globe take part in the #WorldWithoutNature activation.
Posted on 09 Feb 2023
Hope for a nature-positive world
Every country must step-up and reverse nature loss following the adoption of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework.
Posted on 08 Feb 2023
Restoring mangroves to regenerate wetlands
Restoring the Mai Po wetlands in Hong Kong after years of biodiversity loss could inspire similar projects around the world.
Discover incredible stories of businesses that are leading innovative efforts to secure a nature-positive future for our planet. In this beautiful series of films, the WWF and its partners, highlight some of the ambitious work and incredible individuals who are tackling the twin crises of nature loss and climate change.WATCH NOW
Wildlife populations plummet by 69%
A devastation fall in average wildlife populations since 1970 is revealed by the WWF's flagship Living Planet Report. Our future is critically dependent on biodiversity but the Living Planet Report shows we are losing it at an alarming rate.Living Planet Report
The world has changed.
Wildlife has halved in less than a generation. Natural habitats are being put under increasing pressure. And climate change is leading us into uncharted territory.
But people have changed too.
They’re more aware of the threat to essentials like food, water and clean air. They’re more ambitious, more innovative. And they’re backed by a growing number of corporations.