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  • WWF Emergency Fund for Amazon Brochure

    WWF Emergency Fund for Amazon (application/pdf, 2.2 MB)

    August 30, 2019

    WWF has formed an emergency fund to drive critical resources to the people at the front lines of the dramatic fires, specifically to local civil society organizations that represent and work with indigenous peoples and local communities to protect the Amazon. 

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  • Below The Canopy Brochure

    Below The Canopy (application/pdf, 3.35 MB)

    August 13, 2019

    The importance of biodiversity below the forest canopy is often underappreciated, and yet it is a crucial component of healthy functioning forest ecosystems. Below the Canopy: Plotting Global Trends in Forest Wildlife Populations is the first-ever global assessment of forest-dwelling wildlife populations and highlights the multitude of threats forest-living species are facing.

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  • Living Amazon Report 2016 Brochure

    Living Amazon Report 2016 (application/pdf, 13.5 MB)

    June 13, 2016

    WWF Living Amazon Report 2016 alerts to a dramatic increase in the frequency of enacted legislative actions to downgrade, downsize or degazette protected areas in the Amazon.

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  • Transforming Peru's forest sector Brochure

    Transforming Peru's forest sector (application/pdf, 23.9 MB)

    May 12, 2016

    The majority of the timber from Peru is harvested illegally. The new National Pact for Legal Wood represents an unprecedented opportunity to address major challenges in the country’s forestry sector and to create the conditions needed to develop a domestic market for legal Peruvian wood.

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  • Brazil’s New Forest Code: A guide for decision-makers in supply chains and governments Brochure

    Brazil’s New Forest Code: A guide for decision-makers in supply chains and governments (application/pdf, 4.24 MB)

    February 19, 2016

    Brazil is home to the Amazon and other vital ecosystems that support diverse wildlife. This report provides guidance to agribusinesses, banks, policymakers, and other stakeholders that want to better understand Brazil’s new Forest Code so that they can promote, regulate, produce, consume, export, or import Brazilian agricultural products that comply with this law designed to protect its natural resources.

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  • A Brief for U.S. Companies Purchasing Forest Products from the Amazon Brochure

    A Brief for U.S. Companies Purchasing Forest Products from the Amazon (application/pdf, 301 KB)

    September 01, 2009

    Forests in the Amazon are increasingly threatened by illegal and unsustainable logging. Each year the Amazon’s forests are reduced by as much as 27,000 km2—roughly the size of Massachusetts. As the world’s top importer of forest products, the United States contributes significantly to this deforestation and forest degradation through increased market demand for high value commercial species, including mahogany and Spanish cedar.

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