(SAN FRANCISCO, US) 14 September 2018 – At this week’s Global Climate Action Summit, leaders from business, local governments and civil society committed to more than 500 actions and detailed new plans to work together to reduce global emissions.
Water - the source of life and one of the most precious resources on Earth. While many of us may not completely realise it, the importance it holds for our survival as well as the world’s biodiversity cannot be overemphasized.
A new Eyes on the Forest (EoF) report reveals how palm oil illegally grown inside a national park and surrounding areas in Sumatra – home to elephants and tigers – appears to enter the supply chains of the biggest palm oil producers and traders operating in Indonesia.
Serranía de Chiribiquete National Park, located in the heart of the Colombian Amazon, was expanded today to 4.3 million hectares, making it the world’s largest national park protecting a tropical rainforest.
From individuals, to businesses and communities, tackling one of our planet’s biggest environmental challenges requires everyone to be a part of the solution. Together, we believe we can create a future where people and nature live in harmony, and here are some examples of businesses that have dedicated themselves toward that vision :)
Earth Hour 2018 was only the beginning. To keep up the momentum, we're sharing the stories of 24 countries and how they rallied together to #Connect2Earth and protect our planet. This is the first part in a series of six!
I’ve always been grateful that my job as Executive Director, Marketing and Communications at WWF International gives me a front row to witness the impact that we have on issues related to ‘our way of living’. One such issue that I grapple with on a daily basis is the alarming loss of nature. The evidence continues to mount and the facts are terrifying: