WWF
28 Jul 2021

5 ways Southeast Asia can recover tigers

© KWCI / WWF-Myanmar

WWF
22 Jul 2021

WWF statement regarding proposed acquisition of Domtar by Paper Excellence

WWF has major concerns about the proposed acquisition of Domtar by Paper Excellence, given the..

WWF
21 Jul 2021

10% of all greenhouse gas emissions come from food we throw in the bin

by Lilian Gikandi

WWF
20 Jul 2021

Five animal athletes bound to give Olympians a run for their money

For the next few weeks, Tokyo will be home to some of the most skilled and gifted athletes on..

WWF
16 Jul 2021

A global plan to set nature on a path to recovery - the global biodiversity framework

  1. Nature is in crisis - agreed.
  2. The world must work together to halt and reverse nature loss for..

WWF
13 Jul 2021

Businesses need more holistic approaches to stop deforestation

By Lilian Gikandi

Businesses rely on nature for resources and ecosystems to thrive, but with..

WWF
13 Jul 2021

US$2.6 billion global trade in shark and ray meat feeds the ocean crisis

Sharks and rays “migrate” more when they are dead than alive, as their meat crosses over 200..

WWF
08 Jul 2021

Human-wildlife conflict, one of the greatest threats to wildlife species

By Lilian Gikandi

A herd of wandering elephants took the internet by storm last month, trekking..

WWF
05 Jul 2021

WWF launches new Forces of Nature podcast to mark 60 years of conservation impact

We have launched a new podcast series, Forces of Nature hosted by our media relations manager,..