Wildlife at WWF
But our planet’s wildlife is in crisis – numbers have fallen by more than half since 1970, and species are going extinct at an alarming rate.
We need to reverse this loss of nature and create a future where wildlife and people thrive again.
Posted on 25 May 2023
High wildlife trafficking levels in the Sulu-Celebes Seas call for tripartite collaboration
Alarming rates of wildlife trafficking have been discovered in the Sulu-Celebes Sea within Southeast Asia, amounting to over ...
Posted on 16 Jan 2023
WWF’s new Biodiversity Risk Filter helps companies tackle nature-related risks
WWF is today launching a new tool, the Biodiversity Risk Filter (BRF) for companies and financial institutions at the World ...
Posted on 25 Nov 2022
A landmark moment for sharks and rays as doors close on CITES CoP19
WWF calls for urgency in implementation of decisions
Posted on 18 Nov 2022
New initiative seeks to connect wild spaces and secure a healthy planet for the benefit of all
Habitat destruction and fragmentation remain the primary threats to biodiversity and as little as 9% of Earth’s terrestrial ...
Posted on 10 Nov 2022
Governments meet in Panama to decide the fate of wildlife threatened by poaching, illegal logging, and unsustainable trade
From trees to sharks – decisions to tackle the illegal and unsustainable trade in wild animals and plants at CITES CoP19 can ...