‘We ignore the decline of other species at our peril – for they are the barometer that reveals our impact on the world that sustains us’
Poaching, hunting, habitat destruction, pesticides that can bring down an elephant, poisonous chemicals – the list of dangers created by humans is long
A wildlife montoring network found Malaysian dealers have been using Facebook to sell gibbons, sun bears, binturongs and orangutangs
The WWF said that as fish stocks decline, 'meeting the basic needs of a growing human population will become an even greater challenge'
For do-gooders the world over it's a familiar problem. How do you make charity, or in this case corporate responsibility, appeal to a wide audience with a short attention span?
Labour minister claims Environment Secretary has failed to protect UK's defences against storms
The feature will be tested on a small number of users this week
Japan dramatically scales back long-term commitments to reduce carbon emissions as Australia moves to repeal its carbon tax
Blow to fight against climate change as CO2 in the atmosphere hits record high
Professional photographer for Canon Europe, Thorsten Milse, recently accompanied the WWF's conservation sailing expedition to the Arctic as part of the WWF Last Ice Area Project.
If you've spotted lots of snow leopards, with their striking coats and big floofy tails, on your television recently, you're not alone. The World Wildlife Fund has been airing adverts for the big cats for a year, but has stepped up its campaign in time for the festive season.
Naturalists in Berlin have sighted a pack of wolves and their cubs just 15 miles south of the German capital for the first time in more than 100 years.
Lights will switch off around the globe tomorrow for the fifth annual Earth Hour.
As the World Wide Fund for Nature reaches its half-century, the Royal Mail marks the anniversary with a special series of stamps
The unlikely pairing of Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin and the Hollywood actor Leonardo DiCaprio emerged this week as they became figureheads in the battle to save the tiger at a summit in St Petersburg.
Wild tigers could become extinct in 12 years if countries where they still roam fail to take quick action to protect their habitats and step up the fight against poaching, global wildlife experts told a "tiger summit" yesterday.