I&J signs landmark agreement with WWF-SASSI
WWF-South Africa has welcomed an announcement made by I&J, stating it is committed to ...
WWF and Sanlam water partnership lauded at this year's M&G Greening the Future Awards
Gabon’s president destroys ivory and commits to zero tolerance for wildlife crime
More than 1 200 ivory tusks plus assorted ivory carvings were burned publicly as Gabon sent out a ...
Gabon set to burn thousands of ivory tusks and carvings
In a bold move against poaching and illegal wildlife trade, Gabon is expected to burn its ...
Record poaching drives African elephants into decline
Killing of elephants driven by the illegal ivory trade has reached crisis levels in Africa, ...
Rio+20: WWF-SA remains optimistic despite lack of action
While world leaders who gathered in Brazil for the Rio+20 UN Conference on Sustainable Development ...
WWF-SA welcomes mining minister’s commitment to conserving ecologically sensitive areas
WWF-South Africa welcomes Minister Susan Shabangu’s recent budget speech for the Department of ...
WWF, ITUC appeal to Dilma to save faltering Rio+20 negotiations
WWF and the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) are urging Brazilian President Dilma ...
Weak words winning out at Rio+20
“No political miracle in sight” is the judgement of WWF on the first attempt at a compromise ...
Australia creates world’s biggest marine park network on eve of Rio+20
Australia has created the world’s biggest network of marine protected areas, setting an important ...