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30 percent of world’s natural Heritage Sites threatened by wildlife trafficking*

A new WWF report published today urges for additional and immediate measures to halt the worrying trend in illegal trafficking for international ...

18 Apr 2017 Read more »

Adding teeth to wildlife law enforcement, 13 dogs begin training to become wildlife sniffer dogs

Thirteen young dogs began their training today at the National Training Centre for Dogs (NTCD), BSF Academy, Tekanpur Gwalior. The dogs between the ...

03 Apr 2017 Read more »

Wildlife law enforcement agencies gear up to fight wildlife crime in Central India

Central India comprising the states of Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh, bordering Maharashtra, are rich wildlife areas, often under constant threat ...

31 Mar 2017 Read more »

Gangtok comes together for the World Water Day

The World Water Day was celebrated by WWF India in Gangtok on 22nd March 2017. The event was organized in collaboration with the State Institute of ...

30 Mar 2017 Read more »

Bengaluru pedals for Smart Commute

WWF-India today organized the One Planet Cities Pedalathon, a cyclothon-walkathon to raise awareness about and inspire people to adopt smarter and ...

25 Mar 2017 Read more »