The first-ever global assessment of forest biodiversity shows forest-dwelling wildlife populations have declined on average by 53% in the last five decades.
More than 1 million acres of forest land in China are now managed responsibly or under improved forest management, thanks to a joint initiative by WWF and Apple.
Forests cover one-third of the world’s land surface—more than 15.3 million square miles. Every forest is different, but some share common traits based on the local climate. In fact, every forest on the planet can fit into one of four categories.
Three photographers who've captured slices of life in far off places share a few words about their experiences in the field to inspire us as we prepare to inspire representatives on WWF's Lobby Day.
The US government announced 2018 as the fourth warmest year on record—and a costly one too. Learn what's happening now and what you can do to help a warming climate.
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