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British Embassy organises screening of Sir David Attenborough’s film
WWF Statement on Colorado EPR Legislation
Next Farm Bill Can Save Money, Reduce Food Waste, Address Hunger, and Combat Climate Change
WWF Statement on Pres. Biden’s Earth Day Executive Order
WWF Statement on UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report 5 April
WWF Statement on President Biden’s FY23 Budget
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Earth Hour 2022: Moment of Solidarity for People and Planet
WWF Statement on FY22 Omnibus Spending Bill
New Report Demonstrates Strong Scientific Link Between Forests and Human Health
WWF Statement: UNEA-5.2 Global Treaty on Plastic Pollution
WWF Statement on UN Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Report
New Study: US Hydropower Threatened by Increasing Droughts Due to Climate Change
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WWF Statement on Senator Osmany Salas Leading Belize Project Finance for Permanence
WWF Statement on America COMPETES Act
This Year of Tiger, WWF Spotlights Both Progress and Urgency for Tiger Recovery
WWF Releases New Position: Chemical Recycling Implementation Principles
WWF Statement on NOAA Report on 2021 Global Temperatures
Phase out of single-use plastics begins tomorrow
In Memoriam – E.O. Wilson
In Memoriam-Dr. Thomas Lovejoy
WWF Statement on Study Finding 17 Million Vertebrates Were Killed by 2020 Wildfires in Pantanal
First-ever ‘State of Conservation Technology’ Report Identifies Top 3 Emerging Technologies to Advance Conservation
Plastic Member Companies Eliminated More Than Half of Their Problematic Plastic From 2018-2020; Waste Infrastructure Posed
WWF Statement on 2021 Food Date Labeling Act
WWF Statement on Build Back Better Act 20 November
WWF Statement on U.S. Commitment to Support Global Treaty on Plastic Pollution
WWF Statement on Joint Declaration Between United States and China at COP26
WWF Statement to COP26 Draft Decision Text
New WWF Guidance Details High-Quality Nature-Based Solutions for Climate Mitigation
WWF Statement on Climate Action Tracker Projections Indicating World Is Heading Toward at Least 2.4°C of Warming
WWF Statement on President Obama’s Speech Beginning Week 2 of COP26
WWF Statement on Passage of Bipartisan Infrastructure Framework in US House of Representatives
WWF Statement on Report Showing Nature Increasingly Central to National Climate Commitments
WWF Statement on US Commitment to Forests
WWF Statement on Build Back Better Act
Consumer Demand for Elephant Ivory Remains in Decline, WWF’s Fifth Annual Survey in China Finds
Researchers Evaluate and Identify Consistent Indicators to Support Sustainability on U.S. Ranches
Consumer Demand for Elephant Ivory Remains in Decline, Fifth Annual Survey in China Finds
WWF: World Needs US Climate Leadership Before COP26
Walrus From Space – Animal Spotters Wanted to Join Mass Survey
New Mississippi Initiative Will Combat Leading Cause of Involuntary Land Loss Among Black Families
WWF Statement on Introduction of FOREST Act
WWF Statement on US House Introduction of 2021 School Food Recovery Act
Industry Still Too Slow to Tackle Unsustainable Palm Oil at Scale, Further Contributing to Nature Crisis
WWF Statement on USFWS Declaration of Extinction of 23 Species
New Study: There’s Still Long Way To Go To Bridge Gender and Economic Gaps in Coral Reef Science