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
Participants from about 66 countries will meet in Florianopolis, Brazil this week to make decisions ...
WWF survey estimates 1816 dolphins increase of 50 per cent since 2001
11 dolphins safely tagged in Brazil, Colombia and Bolivia
Time for the world to tackle the threat at International Whaling Commission meeting
Seismic testing to start Thursday with no environmental assessments.
Mexico and US expand efforts to save world's most endangered marine mammal
A new population survey gives hope for Irrawaddy dolphin recovery in the Mekong
Blog from research ship studying the impact of huge naval exercise on whales and dolphins
Cutting-edge study on Mekong River detects presence of giant catfish and over 180 other species
Illegitimate whale hunts in the name of science make a mockery of the IWC and the ICJ
FIELD GUIDE TO THE CETACEANS OF WEST AFRICA
The Southern Ocean is critical to ensuring the recovery and viability of the great whale ...
WWF’s goal is to ensure that viable populations of all cetacean species occupy their historic ...
NGO statement from WWF, Greenpeace and the PEW Environment Group in response to the International ...
In recognition of the potential threat posed by climate change to the ecology of the Eastern ...
A proposed “package deal” that would allow Japan a five year coastal whaling quota in exchange for ...
Endangered migratory whales will be faced with shrinking crucial Antarctic foraging zones which ...
WWF’s goal is to ensure that viable populations of all cetacean species occupy their ...
Whales, dolphins and porpoises are facing increasing threats from climate change, according to a ...
Citizens from ten out of ten countries say “No” to commercial whaling