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Research finds responsible forest management in the Peruvian Amazon can help preserve wildlife
Low-impact logging practices in commercial tropical forests can contribute to wildlife protection ...
WWF works with Interpol to prevent forest crime
Forest crime is a growing problem with links to organised crime and corruption - ranking 3rd in ...
RUSSIAN CAUCASUS TO PROTECT BIODIVERSITY DURING LOGGING OPERATIONS
All regions of the Russian Caucasus (11 in total) have now adopted new Forest Management ...
Partnership for Change: WWF IKEA forest programme overview
Forests contain 80% of all life on land and cover around 30% of the Earth’s land area. They help ...
WWF assessment of FSC regional Congo Basin and PAFC Gabon certification schemes
WWF has published an analysis using the Certification Assessment Tool (CAT) that assesses the ...
Deforestation drops by 57% in the winter habitat of the Monarch Butterfly in Mexico
Absence of large-scale illegal logging and fewer extreme weather events contributed to the decline.
WWF salue la décision du gouvernement gabonais d’exiger la certification FSC pour toutes les concessions forestières d’ici 2022
Le Président du Gabon, Son Excellence Ali Bongo Ondimba, a pris une mesure décisive le 26 septembre ...
WWF welcomes Gabon government’s declaration to have all forest concessions FSC certified by 2022
On 26 September, the President of Gabon – His Excellency Ali Bongo Ondimba - took an important ...
RAFT Celebrates its Achievements in Promoting Sustainable Forest Management and Responsible Timber Trade in Vietnam
An acacia forest area of 1,916.25 hectares managed by Bao Chau Company, has been certified by the ...
New WWF-UK strategy leads to emphasis on the landscape approach.