The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
New CMS initiative launched to safeguard birds and habitats on the Central Asian Flyway
Landmark UN Report launched during CMS COP14 Reveals Shocking State of migratory species
On World Wetlands Day, WWF calls for the protection of wetland by declaring it ‘national interest ...
WWF report highlights scientific evidence for the crisis in Spain's greatest wetland
New technical guidance details how WWF Biodiversity and Water Risk Filter tools can help companies ...
WWF analysis finds only 1% of streams and rivers in region are near-natural
First comprehensive assessment of the world’s freshwater fish species reveals that 25% are at risk ...
The Freshwater Challenge aims to ensure 300,000km of degraded rivers and 350 million hectares of ...
GIFP aims to design a roadmap to mobilize public and private Islamic capital to originate and fund ...
WWF and TNC discussion paper for World Hydropower Congress in Bali
A $58 trillion water crisis poses global grave risks, WWF’s report reveals.
A Framework for Understanding Nature-related Risk to Business
WWF report on risks and opportunities from perspective of people living and working in the basin
On World Water Day, a look at water in the economy and how the stories we tell about water shape ...
Better methods to account for water’s value could improve corporate decision making, strengthen ...
WWF criticizes dam projects worldwide that continue to violate fundamental sustainability criteria.
Seeking a sustainable future for Lake Naivasha