Improvements are urgently needed to ensure people and wildlife have continued access to water resources
SANTA FE, N.M. November 17, 2022 /3BL Media/ - A group of leading ecosystem scientists and local advocates today gave the Upper Rio Grande basin a “C” on its first report card, noting that the overall health of the basin is in moderate condition and warning that there is not enough water to sustain the needs of all users while also maintaining a healthy river ecosystem.
BOZEMAN, Mont., October 25, 2022 /3BL Media/ - A new Plowprint report from World Wildlife Fund (WWF) reveals that 1.8 million acres of grassland habitat in the Great Plains of U.S., Canada, and Mexico were plowed up in 2020, primarily for row crop agriculture. This large-scale habitat destruction continues to be a major contributor to the precipitous decline of songbird populations and other wildlife species throughout the Great Plains.
October 25, 2022 /3BL Media/ - A first-of-its-kind study from World Wildlife Fund (WWF), No Grain Left Behind, indicates that on-farm losses of corn and soy crops in the United States are much higher than industry-accepted estimates, with a potential national loss of 507 million bushels of corn and 53 million bushels of soy annually.
HP Inc. has announced an expanded forest conservation and restoration partnership with World Wildlife Fund, better known as WWF, by pledging $80 million to sustainably manage, conserve and restore nearly 1 million acres of forest. “We're really excited about this collaboration and the opportunities it brings to help us accelerate critically important conservation efforts in landscapes around the world — for people, for nature and for climate,” Linda Walker, senior director of corporate engagement for forests at WWF-U.S., told TriplePundit.
WWF survey also finds 72% of American respondents believe closure of high-risk wildlife markets is effective in preventing future pandemics
GLAND, SWITZERLAND, May 24, 2021 /3BL Media/ - As the World Health Assembly opens today against a backdrop of the continuing COVID-19 pandemic, a new World Wildlife Fund commissioned report reveals that nearly 30% of people surveyed across China, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam and the United States say they have consumed less or stopped consuming wildlife altogether because of the global health crisis.
Over 25 international celebrities participating in the movie will support WWF’s mission of protecting and restoring nature, by uniting their voices on the first family animated comedy set in Latin America
April 22, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The global conservation organization WWF has joined forces with the team and cast of the much-anticipated animated comedy film ‘KOATÍ’ to bring to light one of the most biodiverse regions in the world, Latin America. The partnership, announced on Earth Day, arises at a crucial moment to encourage the world to deepen its relationship with nature and prioritize and safeguard our beautiful planet and the people and animals that live on it.
Our IP Forêt Services team in France collaborated with FSC France and World Wildlife Fund to develop tools and a new website to facilitate the identification, management and monitoring of high conservation value for