Global Tiger Day (29 July) marks uneven progress towards the global goal to double wild tigers by 2022
Over the last 25 years, tigers have become extinct in Cambodia, Lao PDR, and Viet Nam and there ...
GOOGLE JOINS FORCES WITH WWF-VIET NAM IN SAOLA CONSERVATION CAMPAIGN
Saola is the first rare species of Viet Nam and Laos to be digitalised into an Augmented Reality 3D ...
Consumption of wildlife drops almost 30% over perceived links to pandemics like COVID-19
WWF survey also finds overwhelming public support for action on key drivers of pandemics and nature ...
Dramatic rise in numbers of people concerned about nature loss as ‘eco-wakening’ grips the globe
Findings from a new eye-opening report by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) commissioned by ...
WWF marks 60 years of conservation impact and calls for urgent action for people and nature
Over 60 years WWF has been at the centre of global efforts for nature, pioneering some of the most ...
WWF-Laos and NAFRI Close Phase-5 of the Sustainable Rattan and Bamboo Project, Discuss Expansion in Phase-6
Feb 26, 2021, WWF-Laos and NAFRI close Phase-5 of the Sustainable Rattan and Bamboo Project, and ...
Asia’s forgotten fishes are vital for tens of millions
It should be hard to forget Asia’s wealth of freshwater fishes. Thousands of species swim through ...
MAF and WWF-Laos Commit to Long-Term Collaboration on Counter Wildlife Trafficking
The Department of Forest Inspection signed a five-year Memorandum of Understanding with the World ...
WWF embraces Independent Review’s recommendations
WWF today published ‘Embedding Human Rights into Nature Conservation: from Intent to Action’, a ...
WWF's Living Planet Report, 2020
WWF’s Living Planet Report reveals two-thirds decline in wildlife populations on average since 1970