The Pantanal Challenge
Three Countries Commit to the Conservation and Sustainable Development of the Pantanal, the largest ...
Traditional ecological knowledge in the service of fishery in the state of Acre
The adoption of an efficient management of pirarucu fish (Arapaima gigas), combined with ...
Brazilian Congress took a step back and curbed rights in the biodiversity legal framework
The new legislation deals with genetic resources and traditional knowledge associated with ...
“The Brazilian government doesn`t dialogue with diversity”
Sônia Guajajara Interview
Indigenous protesters stand up for their rights in Brasilia
The intention is to draw public attention to the current threats to indigenous peoples’ rights in ...
WWF-Brazil wants agricultural commodities markets to align against deforestation
This sector is well equipped to supply the external market with products from sustainable supply ...
Monkey species discovered by WWF-Brazil expedition receives scientific description
Its registration underscores the importance of conservation of the Amazon biome
2nd February: World Wetlands Day
The Pantanal, the world’s largest wetland, harbours three protected areas which are recognised ...
WWF-Brasil promotes training workshops about CAR
The event included workshops and lectures about the new Brazilian Forest Code and discussed changes ...
Capacity Building in the Sertão Veredas Peruaçu Mosaic
WWF-Brasil, in partnership with Funatura-ATER Cerrado, promoted three workshops on associationism ...