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A Rare Red Panda Sighthing
In the north-eastern state of Arunachal Pradesh in India, WWF works closely with local communities to gather data and help conserve the red panda. With the help of the community, WWF's Degin Dorjee recently captured photos and videos of the animal feeding and then resting...
Atlantic Bluefin Tuna: Sustainability at Risk
If we were to name an iconic species of the Mediterranean sea, it would no doubt be the Atlantic bluefin tuna. Strangely, not many people know about this marine animal which has been heavily overfished for decades. Learn about this amazing species and WWF work to ensure a...
Underwater with WWF in Raja Ampat, Coral Triangle
Underwater footage from monitoring expedition to Raja Ampat, Indonesia in the Coral Triangle. See researchers placing transects for coral monitoring, watch colorful fish swim by and see a dizzying array of corals and other marine life.
Conservation Crime: Reducing Supply and Demand
Discussion on techniques and approaches to reducing both the supply and demand for illegal wildlife products. Participants: David Greer, WWF-International Great Apes Program; Peter Knights, WildAid; Eric Phu, Marketing Consultant; and Dr. Meredith Gore, Michigan State Uni...
Boots, science, and policy: the essential trinity to combat wildlife crime
Dr. Elizabeth Bennett of the Wildlife Conservation Society will discuss lessons from the field and how they can be used to implement effective policy to solve the conservation crime crisis.
Think like a marketer: What advertising can teach about changing consumer behavior in Asia
From the perspective of working in the private sector, Eric Phu discusses how marketing and advertising can be used to effectively change behavior in Asia.
Lives on the line: Understanding the Poaching Threat in Central Africa
WWF-International's African Great Apes Program Coordinator David Greer outlines large-scale threats driven by the current poaching crisis.
The promise of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and applications on the ground
Dr. Lian Pin Koh is one of the world's leaders on using UAVs for conservation. He discusses the future for such technology in conservation to track wildlife and poachers, as well as the limitations.
Track, identify and control: new technologies to combat illegal trade of forest products
Tracing illegally harvested wood has made great strides through the U.S. Lacey Act ban on the illegal timber trade. This talk demonstrates how you can determine if wood is harvested illegally.
Responsibly Farmed Pangasius: A Taste of Things to Come
Vietnam is the source of more than 90 percent of the world's pangasius (Asian catfish) exports, which have has increased 50-fold in the last decade. The majority of this pangasius is farmed in 23 square miles of ponds across nine provinces of the Mekong River De...
Wildlife Forensics -- An Evolving Tool for Combating Wildlife Crime
As the director of the only forensics laboratory devoted to wildlife and forestry crime in the world, Ken Goddard will discuss crime scene investigation techniques for tracking and tracing illegal wildlife products, illegal logs, and illegally harvested corals.
When the buying stops, the killing can too: Ending the demand for endangered species products
Wildlife Diplomacy in Action
Under Secretary of State for Economic Growth, Energy, and the Environment Robert Hormats discusses the interest the Department of State has in conservation crime and how it is addressing the issue.
Geospatial technologies for tracking and reducing conservation crime
The founder of Google Earth Outreach, Rebecca Moore, discusses how communities and organizations have effectively used Google Earth to track and document illegal wood harvesting, to document illegal traps and snares used to capture chimps, and many other innovative uses o...
Killed, shipped and sold - dismantling conservation crime
Crawford Allan of Traffic North America and WWF-US sets the stage for the 2012 Fuller Symposium on conservation crime by discussing the current state of the crisis and why it has become an extreme problem at this point in time
Conservation crime: the national security dimensions
Dr. Kent Butts of the Army War College relates how conservation crime is linked with national security and how conservation groups can work with security agencies to stem the wildlife crime crisis.
Thank You from World Wildlife Fund
Thank you for supporting our global conservation efforts. Together, we are helping to protect threatened species, conserve our world's most ecologically important places and support local communities. Share the joy of the holiday season with your friends and family. View...
Saving Coral Reefs, One Fragment at a Time
As climate change continues to warm the ocean, coral reefs may be pushed past their capacity to recover. But there is hope. About 12 miles off the coast of southern Belize, scientists are experimenting with growing and planting corals that are naturally tolerant of warmer...
Yanni and WWF
WWF and legendary composer and performer Yanni are collaborating to raise awareness for giant panda conservation. Yanni was inspired to help protect giant pandas after he adopted a two-month old panda cub at the Chinese Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding in Oct...
Tigers Among US
One of the world's largest populations of tigers exists not in the wild, but in captivity in the United States. With an estimated 5,000 tigers, the U.S. captive tiger population exceeds the approximately 3,200 tigers in the wild.
Earth Hour 2013
Incredibly Rare Maui's Dolphins Sighted Off New Zealand Coast
A rare sighting of a pod of Maui's dolphins in the waters off the west coast of New Zealand's North Island. Only about 55 remain in New Zealand's waters.
WWF and Yanni Partner to Save Giant Pandas
WWF and legendary composer and performer Yanni are collaborating to raise awareness for giant panda conservation. After "adopting" a two-month old panda cub in China last year, Yanni was inspired to help protect giant pandas. Learn more about this partnership to save gian...
Experience the Arctic
Even without visiting the Arctic, you can experience the personality of the region's polar bears by watching the new film To the Arctic
Responsibly Farmed Seafood
When done responsibly, fish farming—also known as aquaculture—presents a solution to meeting the increasing food demand of a growing global population. Farmed seafood already accounts for more than half of all the fish and shellfish we eat. According to the Un...
On Borrowed Time
Meet WWF tiger conservationist, Mila Parakkasi
Sumatran Tiger Cubs
WWF camera traps recorded an astounding 12 tigers in just two months in the central Sumatran landscape of Bukit Tigapuluh. Footage captured two mothers with cubs and three young tiger siblings playfully chasing a leaf. Unfortunately much of the area faces the looming thre...
We Are All Connected
WWF's 2012 public service campaign hopes to empower audiences to become outspoken advocates for protecting nature, reducing human environmental impact, and creating a more sustainable future. We ask you to speak out for those vulnerable, beautiful, and life-sustaining thi...
Borneo Rhino Caught on Camera
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