Archive Content

Please note: This page has been archived and its content may no longer be up-to-date. This version of the page will remain live for reference purposes as we work to update the content across our website.

The 60th meeting of the International Whaling Commission took place in Santiago, Chile.
The location of the 2008 meeting provided an opportunity to not only highlight the important issues pertaining to cetacean conservation in South America, but  also allowed greater participation of scientists and civil society from the region.

Read more about WWF's positioning and participation in meeting:
News from IWC 2008
22 Feb 2020

Global wildlife meeting agrees increased protection for jaguar, Asian elephant and Oceanic Whitetip ...

26 Aug 2019

In response to the CITES committee decision on Agenda Item 89 to continue Standing Committee ...

10 Sep 2018

Participants from about 66 countries will meet in Florianopolis, Brazil this week to make decisions ...

21 May 2018

Today as the world marks the International Day for Biological Diversity, a report launched by WWF ...

12 Dec 2017

WWF survey estimates 1816 dolphins increase of 50 per cent since 2001

05 Dec 2017

11 dolphins safely tagged in Brazil, Colombia and Bolivia

20 Oct 2016

Time for the world to tackle the threat at International Whaling Commission meeting

17 Oct 2016

Seismic testing to start Thursday with no environmental assessments.

25 Jul 2016

Mexico and US expand efforts to save world's most endangered marine mammal

Load More