WWF-Brazil study reveals that just 45% of the Alto Paraguay River Basin plateau is preserved
If its springs are not well preserved, there will be very serious consequences in the future
WWF-Brazil launches its Environmental Challenge
The aim is to encourage sustainable business, recognise innovation, social initiatives and tools ...
Tapping global expertise on jurisdictional approaches to deforestation
These “jurisdictional approaches” include a suite of emerging strategies to decouple ecosystem ...
World Biodiversity Day: the Pantanal still has cause to commemorate
The Pantanal is still made up of approximately 82% natural coverage.
Brazil could lose this year the equivalent to the territory of Portugal in terms of protected areas, WWF-Brazil warns
The issue covers federal protected areas from North to South. Land grinding and mining are the ...
Walmart visits the Brazilian Cerrado
The trip is one of the activities by the Collaboration for Forests and Agriculture (CFA), an ...
Brazil, burgers and better beef
New cattle ranching practices could turn the tide of deforestation in the Amazon.
The pandas get to know the Cerrado
The WWF is a global network made up of people that work to conserve nature in harmony with man’s ...
WWF-Brazil supports the recovery of 70 Pantanal springs
These springs are located in a region threatened by deforestation and lack of basic sanitation
Implementation of the Forest Code is the theme of a seminar and exchange in Rio Branco (Acre)
On March 29-30, WWF-Brazil and a range of partner institutions will hold an event in Rio Branco ...