A decade of Earth Hour: From a symbolic moment to a global movement
Ten years after the world's first Earth Hour in Sydney put climate change in the spotlight, WWF's ...
Wild elephants could become extinct in Dak Lak in coming years, unless we act now
A recent estimation suggests the possibility of Vietnam’s largest wild elephant population going ...
Promoting sustainable plantation forest management and legal and responsible timber trade in Viet Nam
Today, Viet Nam Administration of Forestry, WWF-Vietnam, TRAFFIC and RECOFTC, launch the jointly ...
WWF Reaction to the Hanoi Statement on Wildlife Crime
Statement from Colman O’Criodain, WWF Wildlife Practice Policy Manager The Hanoi Statement on ...
Viet Nam and all Greater Mekong countries must close illegal wildlife markets: Hanoi conference is perfect place to start
Hanoi, Viet Nam, 17 November – Already facing intense global scrutiny for its failure to tackle ...
Surge in seizures of captive-bred tigers strengthens call for Asia to close all tiger farms by 2019
Hanoi, Viet Nam, 16 November – With commercial tiger breeding in Asia threatening the future of the ...
Conservation community calls on Vietnam to urgently act on its commitments to end illegal wildlife trade
16th November 2016, Hanoi – On the eve of the Hanoi Conference on Illegal Wildlife Trade, 13 ...
Lao PDR and Vietnam to Cooperate on Combating Illegal Timber and Wildlife Trade Across Borders
Cracking down on illegal production and trading in forest products, as well as combatting illegal ...
RSB’s Annual Assembly of Delegates Meeting takes place in Hanoi, Vietnam
Hanoi, November 9th – For the first time, the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials (RSB) is ...
As global biodiversity declines, WWF urges wildlife protection and changes to energy, food systems
Bangkok, October 27, 2016 -- By 2020 global populations of fish, birds, mammals, amphibians and ...
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