Vague land ownership a factor in Amazon deforestation
A "fragile" land tenure system and "a scarce presence" by the State were identified as key factors ...
13 river, 5 nation river dolphin census to help conservation on two continents
Santiago de Cali, Colombia: A milestone in the protection of the world's engangered river dolphins ...
Climate change speeds up Amazon’s destruction
Report: A vicious cycle of climate change and deforestation could wipe out or severely damage the ...
South American dolphin survey wraps up in Bolivia
South America’s first-ever river dolphin census through the Amazon and Orinoco Rivers has come to ...
WWF statement on FSC certification of Forestal Venao in Peru
WWF issues statement clarifying its position and involvement regarding the FSC certificate issued ...
Insufficient protection of crop diversity centres threatens world food security
While protected areas such as national parks have been established to conserve charismatic animal ...
Pipedreams: River basin transfers threaten world’s most vital resource
A new WWF report shows that massive engineering schemes to divert the flow of rivers undermine ...
Counting River Dolphins
From Colombia to Bolivia
Open letter decrying "Alarming Situation of Mahogany in Peru" to Peruvian President Garcia
Ahead of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species, civil society condemns the ...
WWF helps Peruvian indigenous community stop wetland pollution
An agreement between the government of Peru, the Achuar indigenous people and Argentinean oil ...