CONTACT US There is a tough road ahead for wild rhino populations, but growing support among country governments and the international community, as well as recent scientific, provides a hopeful future for this species.
The private sector has been a key partner in… The value of mangroves
Mangroves — tangled groups of some 70 species of salt-tolerant trees — grow in the briny, waterlogged soils of tropical and subtropical shorelines. These ecosystems serve as nurseries for many aquatic animals and are home to… After completing a course designed for rangers, where she learned about protected areas, biodiversity, map interpretation, environmental law and relationships with indigenous communities, Alvarez was offered the lead role at Tres Gigantes, overseeing the other rangers and the work they… Protecting seagrass in the United KingdomOver the past century, up to 92% of seagrass in the United Kingdom disappeared. WWF is working with Sky Ocean Rescue and Swansea University to bring these remarkable—and vital—underwater meadows back to life.
We teamed… It’s no question that climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time. More frequent and extreme weather events, melting glaciers and rising sea levels all link to a changing climate, and will impact people and nature alike.… As Anety shifts her baby from hip to hip—she wants to stand but the wound from her caesarean section still hurts a bit—she casually talks about confronting poachers and her lucky escapes from these criminals and wildlife like elephants and…