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New WWF-UK strategy leads to emphasis on the landscape approach.
White Paper: A comparative analysis of land use options within Intact Forest Landscapes: how can FSC make a difference?
WWF has published a new White Paper to help develop regional approaches to protect and manage ...
APP and APRIL violate zero-deforestation policies with wood purchases from Djarum Group concessions in East Kalimantan
New report: APP and APRIL violate zero-deforestation policies with wood purchases from Djarum Group ...
A Timber Identification Toolkit to help clamp down on illegal timber and protect Vietnamese forests
The timber identification guide and a reference guide provide useful information on Viet Nam’s ...
International Paper and WWF-US Join Forces to Help Create First-Ever Science-Based Targets for Forests and Scale-Up Forest Restoration in Brazil
How much forest land—and what quality—is needed to ensure forests can continue to provide people, ...
Illegal loggers turned environmental defenders
In Central African Republic, communities are recognizing the value of forests.
Uganda hosts 6th annual forum on illegal timber trade
This week, Uganda played host to the 6th Annual East Africa Timber Trade Stakeholders’ Forum ...
In Russia’s wild forests a good map helps everyone see the wood for the trees
Recognising we can’t protect or manage what we don’t know, a decade ago, WWF and IKEA set out to ...
Plantations for Africa’s prosperity, Uganda, June 4 - 8
Uganda is one of the most fertile places in the world, and its growing economy is fuelling demand ...
Precedent-setting moratorium helping protect over a million hectares of intact boreal forest
Russia's boreal forests are home to unique species such as the bears, wolves and the Amur tiger.