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WWF-India’s North Bank and Kaziranga Karbi Anglong landscapes merged

The northeastern state of Assam presents a landscape of lush forests and grasslands that are home to flagship species like the Asian elephants, ...

06 Jul 2018 Read more »

‘Community based wildlife protection initiatives’: Need of the hour to curb wildlife crime in Nagaland

Nagaland Forest Department and Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB)along with TRAFFIC in India had organised a two-day wildlife crime investigation ...

29 Jun 2018 Read more »

Black Spotted Turtles no match for fast and furious illegal trade

Asia’s illegal trade in the Black Spotted Turtle is spiralling out of control. A new TRAFFIC study shows over 10,000 individuals have been seized in ...

28 May 2018 Read more »

Smart Cities of Panaji, Pune and Rajkot join the WWF ‘We Love Cities’ public campaign Citizens to choose their favourite city, based on sustainable action

Panaji, Pune and Rajkot are the 2018 India entrants to WWF’s global ‘We Love Cities’ campaign, inviting citizens to vote for their ‘most loved ...

11 May 2018 Read more »

Top conservation leadership come together to discuss Corridors, Connectivity and Landscapes for wildlife conservation

A three-day workshop on wildlife corridors organised by WWF-India and WWF Tigers Alive deliberated on the challenges and complexities of maintaining ...

10 May 2018 Read more »
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