Trees are one of the longest living organisms on our planet. Living through centuries, trees are the root of life on our planet.
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WWF’s Living Planet Report 2020 reveals 68% decline in wildlife populations on average since 1970
WWF India has partnered with Laudes Foundation and IDH to launch a landscape programme entitled ‘Regenerative Production Landscape: People, Nature, ...15 Oct 2020 Read more »
The recently published Living Planet Report 2020 outlines the unprecedented biodiversity loss the world has witnessed over the last 46 years, with a ...13 Oct 2020 Read more »
‘My Ganga, My Dolphin’ Campaign’, was conceptualised in 2012 by the Uttar Pradesh Forest Department and WWF-India to commemorate the 3rd anniversary ...12 Oct 2020 Read more »
WWF today launched Planet-Based Diets, a new approach to making food choices that can help ensure a healthy planet as well as healthy people. The ...09 Oct 2020 Read more »