It’s hard to think right now beyond the tragic impacts of the ongoing COVID-19 health crisis. But the world is rightly considering how we can best recover – and, as you will see in our monthly newsletter Conservation Pulse, WWF is playing a leading role in shaping these discussions.
Alongside this terrifying pandemic, the ongoing crisis of nature loss continues to threaten everyone’s long-term well-being. That’s why we need a recovery that benefits people and nature – rather than one that results in yet more inequality, more loss of nature and ever deepening climate impacts.
A green and just recovery is what we call this – a message of hope and a call to action for us all.
Find out about the latest progress we’ve been making on this and other conservation issues in our newsletter Conservation Pulse. Here are the key highlights:
- Working for a green recovery from the COVID-19 crisis
- Good news for sturgeon – the world’s most endangered species group
- Two Chinese cities join plastics pollution campaign
- New initiative boosts hopes for Peruvian Amazon
- WWF raises awareness during International Week of Biodiversity
The past 12 months… and the coming decade
Read our 2019 annual review to see highlights of our work in the past year – and what we hope to achieve for people and nature in the coming decade.