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WWF is calling for nations to cut harmful fishing subsidies that drive overfishing and create uneven playing fields.
Whale migrations are threatened, harming ocean health, but collaboration and tools offer hope for a safer future.
Amid global struggles, WWF's 2023 report highlights conservation impact and hope for a sustainable future.
Bhutan prioritises nature with a new biological corridor that safeguards snow leopard and red panda habitats.
Cop 28 is paving the way for a green energy future but faster fairer action is needed, writes WWF Global Energy Lead Dean Cooper.
From high seas success to new deforestation law. The WWF looks back at a memorable year for people and nature.
A year after pledging to stop biodiversity loss, progress is ‘wildly below’ where it needs to be to meet the challenge ahead.
After intense negotiations the UN global climate summit, Cop28, comes to a close in Dubai.
WWF urges COP28 negotiators to step up their efforts to deliver a strong outcome from the UN climate conference.
COP28 must revitalize global climate action with ambitious targets and a fossil fuel phase-out, writes WWF’s Manuel Pulgar-Vidal.
While most countries support a new treaty to end the plastic pollution crisis, a handful hindered progress by choosing to delay.
Despite consuming less plastic, the lifetime cost of plastic in low-income countries is 10 times higher than rich ones, WWF warns.
Six river dolphin species are facing extinction, but a new global declaration offers hope for their survival.
The Three Basins Summit offers hope at a critical juncture in the fate of the world's tropical forest basins.
Freshwater ecosystems at risk, threatening human and planetary health and $58 trillion in value, WWF warns.
WWF is calling for new marine protected areas to safeguard Antarctica, where sea-ice has declined to record lows.
The first papal document to focus on the climate crisis calls for urgent action to avoid “catastrophic” consequences.
New initiatives and finance to tackle the biodiversity crisis are announced although more action is still urgently needed.
WWF’s Marco Lambertini makes the case for investing in nature to deliver the SDGs and secure lasting prosperity.
WWF is urging the removal of harmful fishing subsidies that are adding to the impact of climate change in the ocean.
Find out how Indigenous Peoples around the world are protecting their lands, waters, and wildlife
The coalition of civil society groups that successfully called for the global right to a healthy environment wins a UN award.
With as much as 40% of food going uneaten, the WWF has developed a framework to deliver innovative solutions to food systems.
New visual data depicts the gravity of climate change and how it will impact all species and generations of people.
WWF’s Marco Lambertini calls for decisive action to end plastic pollution which is harming our wellbeing and the environment.
Tuna play important roles in ocean ecosystems and overfishing harms ocean health, writes WWF Oceans Practice Leader Pepe Clarke.
People from more than 190 countries and territories came together for Earth Hour 2023, creating the biggest hour for Earth.
The latest science on the climate crisis and its effect on all living things is laid out in a powerful new United Nations report.
New hope for the critically endangered Yangtze finless porpoise as numbers increase for the first time since records began.
Governments agree to a new global UN treaty that paves the way for greater protection of the ocean.
Over 200 of the world’s best-loved businesses and NGOs highlight nature loss for WWF’s #WorldWithoutNature campaign.
Brands, sports team, community groups and NGOs around the globe take part in the #WorldWithoutNature activation.
Every country must step-up and reverse nature loss following the adoption of the Kunming-Montreal Global Biodiversity Framework.
Restoring the Mai Po wetlands in Hong Kong after years of biodiversity loss could inspire similar projects around the world.
Protecting and conserving 30% of the ocean by 2030 is a task of global magnitude, writes WWF Oceans Practice Leader Pepe Clarke.
WWF Annual Report 2022 reveals key conservation achievements from our diverse worldwide network.
WWF Interim Global Finance Practice Leader Elisa Vacherand reveals how financial institutions can shape a nature-positive economy.
The Kunming-Montreal Agreement which commits countries to halting and reversing biodiversity loss by 2030 is adopted at COP15.
WWF delegates discuss why now is the moment to turn commitments on nature to action at COP15.
From generational equity to people’s livelihoods - the topics young people want addressing at COP15.
Montreal's courthouse plays host to a spectacular WWF projection reminding leaders at COP15 that the world is watching.
Leaders fail to accelerate efforts for a stable climate at COP27 but have the opportunity to safeguard biodiversity at COP15.
WWF announced today the appointment of Dr Kirsten Schuijt as the next Director General of WWF International. Currently Chief Executive of WWF ...
Dive into the September issue of WWF’s Conservation Pulse, where we recap the positive actions we've taken alongside our partners for people and ...
Record monsoon rains and flash floods have caused devastating flooding in Pakistan, leaving a third of the country underwater.
The Doñana wetland in Spain has dried out - a disaster for one of Europe's most important and protected ecosystems and for the people & nature that ...
On Global Tiger Day, we are delighted to share news of a doubling in Nepal’s wild tiger numbers over the past 12 years. But how is the future looking ...
Heritage Colombia – or Herencia Colombia in Spanish – is a new US$245 million initiative that will help to safeguard 32 million hectares of land and ...
The impacts of nature loss affect us all, and it is only getting worse – since 1970 wildlife populations have declined by two-thirds. Only urgent and ...
Dive into the June issue of WWF’s Conservation Pulse, where we recap the positive actions we've taken alongside our partners for people and nature.