Improving the baru nut production chain
The baru nut is found exclusively in Brazil and is a typical product of the Cerrado
WWF-Brazil backs movement to include the Cerrado as a National Heritage Site in the Brazilian constitution
The Cerrado is considered to be the most biodiverse savannah on the planet.
Santos FC and WWF-Brazil warn of ocean pollution
Action created by F.biz and Outfield brings the mascot of Santos FC as protagonist of action.
WWF-Brasil Statement: NGO’s accused of setting fire to the Amazon
The priority of the public authorities is to look after the public interests of their country, not ...
Flying high to conserve the Cerrado
Drones are helping to plan the production and harvesting of three native fruit species, pequi, ...
Jaguar, cougar, and ocelot: In its last episode, the series “Residents of the Forest” brings images of the large Amazon felids
Animals are at high risk of extinction, according to the Red Book of Brazilian Fauna.
Protected Area Downgrading, Downsizing and Degazzetement – PADDD trends in the Brazilian Amazon
The study ‘PADDD trends in the Brazilian Amazon’ sought to identify the primary factors driving ...
It’s time to celebrate the Cerrado and its wealth!
Tomorrow will begin the 18th Meeting of the Peoples of the Grande Sertão Veredas
"Residents of the Forest" Series: New episode brings images of the giant armadillo, the largest and rarest armadillo of the world
Armadillos exist for 80 million years and are scattered throughout America
SMART: WWF brings to Brazil unprecedented technology to strengthen conservation efforts in the protected areas of the Amazon
Open source software enables the improvement of data collection, storage, communication, and ...