Can humans live well with jaguars?
This is the question WWF-Brazil is helping answer in the Iguaçu area
Lack of funding for environmental management leads to billions of reais from protected green areas failing to reach the Brazilian economy
Timber generates over R$ 1.8 billion in revenues and is the primary extractivist product of Brazil. ...
Park rangers, nature guardians
WWF-Brazil is training professionals every year to work in the Pantanal
Social mobilization: Southern Amazonas organizations come together for sustainable development
Institutions sealed pact for the promotion of the socioenvironmental agenda
Sertão Veredas Peruaçu Mosaic expands and becomes one of the largest in the Cerrado
This is one of the most emblematic areas of the biome and strategic for the conservation of natural ...
Southern Amazonas state in Brazil: social actors point out the main social and environmental problems
Environmental and land ordering, fish farming organization and telecommunications infrastructure ...
Deforestation in the Cerrado Biome increased by 9% in 2017
Data dissemination of Prodes Cerrado is a progress in monitoring and reinforces the warning that ...
Three years of the pact to conserve the Pantanal
WWF-Brazil commemorates the anniversary of a movement to defend the waters of the planet’s largest ...
Brazilian Amazon and Caatinga biomes gain new protected areas
Three new protected areas now integrate the National Protected Areas System, one in the Amazon and ...
Brazil launches a project to protect endangered species
WWF-Brazil is the responsible for executing Pro Species Project, coordenated by the Ministry of ...