Wetlands recharge our ground water resources and are natural sinks for rainwater. They act as barriers against floods, prevent drought and even absorb pollutants.
IN LESS THAN 50 YEARS, WE'VE SEEN AN OVERALL DECLINE OF 60% IN POPULATION SIZES OF VERTEBRATE SPECIES.
L.L.M. in Environmental Law, Energy and Climate Change
Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University & WWF-India invite Applications for LLM in Environmental Law, Energy and Climate Change.
Government delegates representing five Asian rhino range countries signed a declaration to recognize the critical situation facing rhinos in the 2nd ...01 Mar 2019 Read more »
On the eve of #WorldPangolinDay 2019, TRAFFIC in collaboration with WWF-India, Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) and the National Zoological Park ...15 Feb 2019 Read more »
With over 2000 Greater One-horned Rhinoceros Rhinoceros unicornis and over 100 Royal Bengal Tigers Panthera tigris among several other endangered ...07 Feb 2019 Read more »
WWF ENVIS successfully conducted the Valedictory Function for its second batch and an inaugural session for its third batch for the Certificate ...01 Feb 2019 Read more »
Tiger-range governments agreed on the urgent need to address critical management gaps across the tiger’s range at the 3rd Stocktaking Conference on ...30 Jan 2019 Read more »