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
The third round of UN global plastic pollution treaty talks ended with no plan for how to move the negotiations forward, despite a majority of ...
Intense trilogue negotiations concluded tonight
WWF calls on all governments to agree on a treaty with harmonized, binding global rules that can remove inequities reinforced and exacerbated through ...
Dam Removal Europe (DRE) is bringing together several organisations with the aim of building a pipeline of removable river barriers in Southeastern ...
First ever annual estimate of economic value of water and freshwater ecosystems is US$58 trillion - equivalent to 60% of global GDP
In recent months, the call for an impactful Nature Restoration Law received unprecedented support from more than one million citizens, businesses, ...
The round table discussion on 'EU Biodiversity Strategy by 2030 - a Common Approach for Protecting 30% of the Adriatic Sea' provided answers to some ...
The distinguished delegation from WWF International explored the Serbian segment of this European Eden
Dunja will lead expert efforts to address key environmental challenges, promote sustainable practices, and advocate for policies that protect the ...
Extreme climate changes caused by human activity have induced extreme natural disaster