Mahi mahi: First National Technical Meeting
The Peruvian Marine Institute (IMARPE) and WWF-Peru held the First National Technical Mahi mahi Meeting on August 20-21, with ...
Thumbs up Mahi-mahi
Samuel Amorós, WWF-Peru Marine Program Coordinator, recognized the great commitment and ongoing efforts made by AAARCUDIPA; and ...
National Fisheries Society and WWF join efforts to preserve marine ecosystems
The National Fisheries Society (SNP) and WWF will jointly develop projects to preserve marine ecosystems during the next three ...
Carbon Monitoring Manual
Tropical forests are not only a major source of natural resources, but also a key mechanism to reduce global warming.
INDIGENOUS PEOPLE IN ISOLATION AND INITIAL CONTACT: WWF–PERU EFFORTS TO PROTECT PEOPLE AND FORESTS
The Purus-Manu Conservation Corridor (PMCC) is one of the largest forest areas encompassing around 10 million ha. This landscape ...
Oil company Soco not to drill in Virunga World Heritage Site
Soco International PLC will end its operations in Africa’s oldest national park and also is committing to remain out of all other ...
It’s not water…is salt: Why climate change activists still participate on UN negotiations.
It’s not the water but the salt. The salt creeps in as the water rises but it never leaves.