The WWF is run at a local level by the following offices...
- WWF Global
- Central African Republic
- Central America
- Democratic Republic of the Congo
- European Policy Office
Here you can find the latest news from WWF Adria
WWF launched a new national report about most common wildlife crimes, the most affected animals and recommendations for reducing such crimes.
A new WWF report shows that wildlife crime in Croatia most often affects birds such as European goldfinch, large carnivores and protected marine ...
Congratulations to Nepal on this big step towards a bright future for tigers!
New report proves greenfield large hydropower investments face major risks
Two-thirds of species are now critically endangered with one confirmed extinct, which makes sturgeon the world's most threatened group of species.
It’s finally confirmed, there will be no new small hydro in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina as the Parliament adopts a new Law
Despite our efforts and the votes of around half a million European citizens who opposed this decision, the European Parliament gave fossil gas and ...
More than 120 wildlife crime experts and law enforcement representatives from 24 countries met at the conference in Madrid to exchange knowledge and ...
We are looking for candidate for policy and advocacy in nature conservation, with minimum 5 years of relevant experience. The job is ideal for a ...
Around the EU, WWF and other environmental NGOs are launching a new campaign to prevent the EU from classifying fossil gas and nuclear power as ...
WWF welcomes the decision of the Parliament of the Federation of BiH to suspend the construction of small hydropower plants