12 Sep 2022

World leaders must take ambitious global action for nature and people

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08 Sep 2022

Flood disaster in Pakistan

Record monsoon rains and flash floods have caused devastating flooding in Pakistan, leaving a third..

07 Sep 2022

Working with children and young people to conserve nature and tackle climate crisis

In the world’s toughest places to grow up, children are already bearing the brunt of the climate..

12 Aug 2022

Helping hand for world's most threatened species group

Two new protected areas are a big boost to efforts to prevent sturgeons from slipping towards..

29 Jul 2022

A turning point for tigers?

On Global Tiger Day, we are delighted to share news of a doubling in Nepal’s wild tiger numbers..

26 Jul 2022

Boost for more sustainable fishing

After many years of urging by WWF and others, a new global agreement will end some of the financial..

01 Jul 2022

Securing Colombia's natural heritage

A new WWF-backed initiative will help to safeguard huge expanses of Colombian wilderness that both..

23 Jun 2022

Helping Myanmar's next generation

Hundreds of young people in Myanmar are getting a helping hand from a WWF education programme.

22 Jun 2022

Three ways we can turn the tide on nature loss

The impacts of nature loss affect us all, and it is only getting worse – since 1970 wildlife..