The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
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Letters to readers of Max Fontaine - Founder & CEO of Bôndy.
Madagascar is a country extremely rich in natural resources yet its people are among the poorest in the world. So why this paradox? Are we protecting ...
The oil spill caused by the grounding of the Panamanian-flagged ship M.V. Wakashio on a coral reef near the Blue Bay Marine Park on July 25, which ...
Lemurs and their habitats, heritage to be preserved for communities and nature If we refer to the endemicity of lemurs in Madagascar, ...
October 30th is National Lemur Day. This year, it will be celebrated under the theme "lemurs and their habitats: a heritage to be preserved".
Every September 27th we celebrate World Tourism Day. Was there really something to celebrate in 2020, because this year the sector has been strongly ...
54.4°C is the temperature recorded at Furnace Creek, which is being validated by the IOM as a world record not recorded since the 1930s. In the same ...
WWF's living planet 2020 report is released this Thursday, September 10. It provides irrefutable proof of the erosion of nature, despite all the ...
Welcome to Microcebus jonahi - a brand new species of lemur, more precisely a microcephalus that has just been discovered by scientists!
Greenhouse gases, global warming, the fight and mitigation of climate change... let's hear it! These have always been concepts that make us turn to ...
July 6 was World Zoonoses Day. A zoonosis or "zoonotic disease" is a disease that has spread from an animal source into the human population.
The International Day for the Conservation of the Mangrove Ecosystem is celebrated on 26 July every year. It is an opportunity to highlight the ...