Make or break year ahead for South Africa’s rhinos
Following the release of the 2014 statistics for rhino poaching, WWF South Africa has called for ...
Make a splash for the planet and sign up to Swim for Nature
WWF South Africa has once again partnered with the successful Bridge House Mile event to offer ...
Beefing up sustainable cattle farming in the Grasslands
WWF is helping local communities to use their land in a sustainable manner that improves both their ...
New report highlights need to invest in SA’s marine protected areas
The significance of South Africa's 24 marine protected areas is not fully appreciated, according to ...
UN climate talks fail to deliver progress despite hottest year on record
“Against the backdrop of extreme weather in the Philippines and potentially the hottest year ever ...
Celebrate sustainably this festive season
As the year winds down, many people gear up into rampant consumer mode. With the festive season ...
WWF South Africa mourns the passing of Ian Player
WWF joins the South African conservation community in mourning the loss of Dr Ian Player.
Consumers are looking for sustainable seafood
A recent consumer survey by the Marine Stewardship Council shows that consumers are increasingly ...
Trees, cows, sugar and 4 million people: water security in the uMngeni river basin
Everybody needs water, but in the uMngeni river basin in KwaZulu-Natal there’s not always enough ...
Hybrid approach required in Paris
Next year in Paris, governments will have before them an extraordinary opportunity to strengthen ...