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An environmental visionary and a father to WWF

WWF mourns the death on Thursday of Dr Luc Hoffmann at the age of 93. At the same time, WWF celebrates his extraordinary life-long contribution to nature conservation and to the organization.


2016-07-22 More »

Persian leopard cubs born in Russian reintroduction centre

Triplets have been born to a captive Persian leopard in a Russian breeding centre. The cubs are in good health and may one day be reintroduced to the wild as part of a reintroduction programme supported by WWF, Russian authorities and other partners.


2016-06-21 More »

 

This World Environment Day, can the sum of our actions be ZERO?

Over the past 40 years, World Environment Day has inspired millions to take action to help protect our planet. This year, WWF is urging everyone to join the fight against illegal wildlife trade.


2016-06-02 More »

Indian Ocean yellowfin tuna catches need cuts to prevent collapse

Indian Ocean yellowfin tuna stocks may collapse without better regulation, warned WWF in advance of the annual meeting1 of the Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC), the organisation responsible for the conservation and management of tuna and other marine resources in the Indian Ocean. The IOTC, which meets May 23-27 on the French Indian Ocean island of La Reunion, has yet to set catch limits on any tuna species.


2016-05-19 More »

 

World’s smallest porpoise nears extinction

Mexican authorities must immediately and indefinitely close all fisheries within the habitat of Mexico’s critically endangered vaquita porpoise – or we will lose the species forever.


2016-05-13 More »

Global wild tiger population increases, but still a long way to go

The number of wild tigers has been revised to 3,890, based on the best available data, said WWF and the Global Tiger Forum (GTF) ahead of a major tiger conservation meeting tomorrow in New Delhi to be opened by India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


2016-04-10 More »

 

World's most endangered cat grows to over 400 individuals

WWF welcomes the 2015 Iberian lynx census released today by the government of Andalusia. The survey shows a significant increase in population with the Iberian lynx reaching the highest number since the species was found to be the most endangered cat in the world in 2002.


2016-04-04 More »

Damaging Great Barrier Reef bleaching makes case for action

Coral bleaching on Australia’s Great Barrier Reef appears to be far worse than originally thought, according to recent research. Severe conditions on the reef heighten awareness on the impact of warming waters and highlight the need for strong climate action.


2016-03-29 More »

 

New hope for Sumatran rhino in Borneo

WWF researchers are celebrating the first live sighting of a Sumatran rhino in Kalimantan, the Indonesia part of Borneo, since it was thought to be extinct there. This is also the first physical contact with the species in the area for over 40 years and is a major milestone for rhino conservation in Indonesia.


2016-03-22 More »

Transport sector joins fight against wildlife crime

The global fight against wildlife crime received another major boost with the signing of a declaration at Buckingham Palace in London committing the leaders of the global transportation industry to take concrete steps to tackle wildlife trafficking.


2016-03-15 More »

 

 

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