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  • Looking at nature through a new lens

    April 22, 2014

    WWF was invited to be a Glass Explorer last year through the initial Giving Through Glass program. WWF's Sabita Malla tested the technology to help rhino conservation.

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  • World Wildlife Day Spotlight: 5 Species Threatened by Wildlife Trade

    March 03, 2014

    To mark the first World Wildlife Day, March 3, 2014, we spotlight five wild creatures jeopardized by wildlife trade. You can help us ensure their survival.

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  • A Global Commitment to Stop Illegal Wildlife Trade

    February 13, 2014

    The world has never before rallied together to stop wildlife crime like they did this week in London. Heads of state, ministers and other high-level representatives from 46 countries—including those most heavily impacted by poaching and illegal trade of wildlife—signed onto an extraordinary joint declaration.

  • US Announces Ambitious Strategy to Tackle Wildlife Crime

    February 11, 2014

    In the first-ever National Strategy for Combating Wildlife Trafficking, the US unveiled an ambitious set of actions to stem a black market estimated to be worth $10 billion annually.

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  • An Eye in the Sky for Boots on the Ground

    February 03, 2014

    About a year ago, WWF received a Google Global Impact Award grant to launch WWF’s Wildlife Crime Technology Project. Today, the project is literally taking flight.

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  • Snow Leopard Cubs a Sign of Hope

    January 06, 2014

    Camera trap images of two snow leopard cubs tussling and tumbling in eastern Russia indicate a potential resurgence of a once-decimated population.

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  • By the Numbers: Rangers Combat Wildlife Crime

    December 31, 2013

    Take a look at the life of a ranger by the numbers and learn more about why these courageous men and women need and deserve our support.

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  • Lasting Solutions to Save Wildlife

    December 16, 2013

    As wildlife crime sweeps through Africa and Asia, WWF joined wildlife advocates, conservation orgnizations and concerned citizens gathered at the first public meeting of President Obama's Advisory Council on Wildlife Trafficking in Washington D.C

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  • An Up-Close Look at Wildlife Trafficking on US Soil

    November 19, 2013

    WWF is asking for a moratorium on ivory trade and sales in the US. Each of us has the power to help by asking our representatives to take a stand against this senseless destruction.

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  • EFN Grantee and Conservationist Walks for Elephants in Kenya

    November 05, 2013

    EFN grantee Jim Nyamu is working to raise awareness of threats to elephants by walking more than 650 miles from Massai Mara to Nairobi on a campaign called Ivory Belongs to Elephants.

    Elephants play fight in Kenya
  • Protecting Kenya’s Rhinos

    October 31, 2013

    Rotiken Denis, warden for the Maasai Mara Rhino Monitoring Team in Kenya, is a Maasai with a background in wildlife management. He is responsible for preventing rhino poaching in the Maasai Mara National Reserve in Narok County, Kenya.

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  • Understanding the Plight of the Sumatran Rhino

    October 10, 2013

    With possibly as few as 100 animals left in a handful of small, isolated populations, the Sumatran rhino is arguably one of —if not the most— threatened large mammal in the world. 

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  • A Ranger Determined to Save Sumatra's Tigers

    October 01, 2013

    Abeng, coordinator of WWF’s Tiger Protection Units in Indonesia, has lived on the island of Sumatra his whole life. He leads our efforts to protect last wild tigers in Tesso Nilo-Bukit TigapuluhBukit Tigapuluh, or “30 Hills.”

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  • Changing the Trajectory

    September 26, 2013

    On Sept. 26, thousands of miles from the nearest herd of wild elephants in the jungle of New York City, several unprecedented commitments were made to change the trajectory at two high-level events.

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  • Pushed Toward Extinction

    September 20, 2013

    World Rhino Day on Sept. 22 holds a renewed sense of urgency this year as poaching and habitat loss pushes rhinos closer to the edge of extinction in Africa and Asia.

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  • WWF Joins New Conservation Collaboration Led By Prince William

    September 12, 2013

    WWF is pleased to be part of a new high-powered collaboration to address some of the greatest conservation issues facing our planet.

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  • WWF's Matt Lewis on Patrol With Wildlife Rangers in Cameroon

    September 10, 2013

    Being on patrol with rangers is an intense experience. The high risk that rangers take on patrol creates a cocktail of anxiety, terror and a sort of exhilaration.

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  • China Customs Authority's Wildlife Detector Dog Team is Ready for Action

    September 10, 2013

    Three fully trained Labrador retrievers are set to sniff out illegal wildlife parts and products in China's Yunnan Province.

  • WWF President and CEO Appointed to President Obama’s Advisory Council on Wildlife Trafficking

    September 09, 2013

    WWF President and CEO Carter Roberts was appointed by President Obama to the Advisory Council on Wildlife Trafficking.

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  • Despite Danger, Cameroonian Ranger Asseme Still Dedicated to Her Calling

    August 21, 2013

    Cameroonian Ranger Sidonie Asseme uses informants to track poachers and works with local law enforcement to apprehend them.

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  • Elephant Ivory Disguised as Chocolate

    August 09, 2013

    Custom officials in Macao, China grew suspicious when they saw 15 boxes of unusually heavy chocolate in a set of luggage. After soaking in warm water, the chocolate melted away to reveal 583 elephant tusks.

  • Nepali Ranger Strives for Another Year of Zero Poaching

    August 07, 2013

    Since the beginning of his career, Maharjan has always worked to stop wildlife crime. Today, he organizes anti-poaching surveillance missions using intelligence gathered from a wide network of local informants.

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  • Back a Ranger

    July 31, 2013

    They serve under various titles—rangers, forest guards, eco guard and field enforcement officers—but these men and women on the frontlines of conservation are perhaps the most important protectors of the world’s natural and cultural treasures.

    Anti-poaching patrol at the WWF-Gabon office

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