WWF INDIA’S WORLD WETLANDS DAY CELEBRATION, 2020
Tide Turners Plastic Challenge is an initiative being implemented by WWF India in partnership with UN environment under the Clean Seas Programme.
It aims to create a global movement of young people across the world who will be committing to take action to reduce plastic waste in their lives, at schools and within the community.
The nation is being ravaged by the most devastating bushfire season the country has ever seen
With approximately 26 Royal Bengal Tigers Panthera tigris including the rare melanistic form, Asian Elephant Elephas maximus, Indian Pangolin Manis ...19 Feb 2020 Read more »
Wildlife crime has evolved itself into an organized criminal activity targeting many protected and endangered wildlife such as pangolins, turtles and ...14 Feb 2020 Read more »
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In line with the skill India mission of Hon’ble Prime Minister, Ministry of Environment, Forest & Climate change (MoEF&CC) has initiated the Green ...27 Jan 2020 Read more »
WWF-India, under its Renewable Energy Demand Enhancement (REDE) initiative for Commercial & Industrial (C&I) consumers, convened a closed-door ...16 Jan 2020 Read more »