Joint efforts to keep over 50 tons of discarded fishing nets from entering the Peruvian sea
According to the FAO, fishing nets represent 10% of all marine waste.
Experts meet in Lima to address high levels of illegal fishing in the region
Illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing (IUU) is one of the main problems hindering sustainable ...
Peru’s National Fisheries Society and WWF renew their commitment to safeguard marine biodiversity
Both organizations sign a cooperation agreement aimed at improving fisheries management.
Whales Threatened: Japan announces it will resume commercial hunting
The so-called scientific whaling in Japan has exceeded 16,000 dead whales since 1987. Rejection of ...
WWF and PERIFERIA presented the first Report of Cities of Peru
Our cities are home to 8 out of 10 Peruvians and produce over 60% of the national GDP.
AMAZON RIVER DOLPHINS AND MANATEES WILL BE PROTECTED IN PERU
The pink and gray river dolphins and the Amazonian manatee will now be safer than ever before. This ...
2018: Amazon Indigenous Organizations come together at the first ever indigenous economy forum in Lima
The FEI aims to become the first space for joint reflection, as well as the creation and ...
Wildlife’s alarming decline: populations of vertebrates have decreased by 60%
WWF’s Living Planet Report calls for urgent action to revert the loss of biodiversity. Fresh water ...
Local municipalities have been investing in forest’s recovery in Madre de Dios
Over 160000 hectares of forest have been deforested in 15 years.
A third of the world´s fisheries focus on just 10 of 1500 species consumed worldwide
The Peruvian sea accounts for approximately 10% of the global catch. WWF´s Living Planet Report ...