Ever heard of Tayra or honey-eater?
This is the species portrayed this March in the video-web series Residents of the Forest.
Social networks: young people from riverside communities learn how to use the Internet to promote sustainable development
The activity aimed to help toward the social, critical and political development of the boys and ...
WWF-Brazil and Brazilian Scouts Union sign partnership for Earth Hour and beyond
On this Wednesday, 13th February, remaining 45 days to Earth Hour, WWF-Brazil and the Brazilian ...
Drones over the Cerrado: A Project for the Conservation and Restoration of the Sertão Veredas-Peruaçu
This technology is utilised across a wide range of areas, and it currently represents a great ...
Community strengthening for conservation
A book produced by the Amazon Protected Areas Program (ARPA) highlights the strengthening of Amazon ...
Entrepreneurship: Amazonian community creates business plan to take advantage of the tourism potential
Itineraries include overnight stays at waterfalls, swimming in rivers and streams, observing ...
WWF-Brazil will make a census of the Private Protected Areas of the Atlantic Forest
The project plans to map and diagnose the situation of 350 Conservation Units located in seven ...
Dam burst in Brumadinho caused 125 hectares of forest loss
An analysis by WWF-Brazil based on the comparison of satellite images of Brumadinho after the dam ...
Note of regret for the rupture of the dam in Brumadinho (MG)
The solidarity of WWF-Brazil goes, first and foremost, to all the affected families
Amazon´s Wild Pigs are featured in the new video of the "Residents of the Forest" series
Camera traps were installed at the Chico Mendes Extractive Reserve in the state of Acre to monitor ...