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RED SANDERS IN ILLEGAL WILDLIFE TRADE

To highlight the threat to Red Sanders Pterocarpus santalinus from illegal wildlife trade, TRAFFIC and WWF-India have released a new factsheet.

02 Feb 2023 Read more »

WWF calls for ambitious action from central banks, supervisors and regulators to align activities with global biodiversity deal 2030

New findings of the WWF Sustainable Financial Regulations and Central Bank Activities (SUSREG) assessment 2022 show that despite initial steps taken ...

21 Dec 2022 Read more »

Sustainable finance taxonomies - a common language to shift finance towards nature-positive investments

A new WWF report, “When Finance Talks Nature” reveals that while a growing number of countries are developing government-led sustainable finance ...

05 Dec 2022 Read more »

Fisherfolk are key supporters for conservation of the endangered Guitarfish in Goa

WWF-India, in partnership with Sony India, is working closely with the fisher community along Goa’s coastline to conserve the Guitarfish

27 Nov 2022 Read more »

SEA CUCUMBER IN DEEP WATERS: NEW STUDY REVEALS WORRYING ILLEGAL TRADE IN INDIA

Research by TRAFFIC and WWF-India highlights the scale of the threat that sea cucumbers, belonging to the class Holothuroidea, face due to ...

17 Nov 2022 Read more »