Pantanal Law – no headwaters, no way!
Although the Pantanal Law includes some progress towards protecting the biome, it does not include ...
The Journey of Water has begun
The group of 25 people who are participating in the Journey of Water visited the springs of the ...
Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay prepare a joint declaration for the management of the Pantanal
The document is to be signed by state ministers from the three countries on March 22, during the ...
Before it all goes down the drain
It is time to think about new strategies for the preservationof Brazilian urban wetlands
Note about the article "Brazil announces end to Amazon mega-dam building policy" posted by Mongabay on January 3rd
WWF-Brazil points out that no official announcement was made about effective changes on public ...
Indirect livestock suppliers: a tour through Pará
In another reality tour, WWF-Brasil and IPAM, through Collaboration for Forest and Agriculture, ...
WWF-Brazil and FEBRABAN open up dialogue on managing the risk of deforestation
Workshop got together financial institutions to increase knowledge about tools for social and ...
Without the Cerrado there is no solution: intelligent production is the way forward
To debate how to conciliate agricultural production with the conservation of socio-biodiversity, ...
First ever tagging of Amazon dolphins to boost conservation efforts
The project will follow up different river dolphin populations in Brazil, Bolivia and Colombia.
Goal Exceeded in ARPA: more than 60 Million Hectares of the Amazon Protected
People and Wildlife Benefit from ARPA Program