Collaborating with communities on the ground and around the world, we are protecting critical species, restoring healthy ecosystems and inspiring support for nature, all driven by world-leading science. Explore our projects working tirelessly to help wildlife recover:
We've helped discover several new species in Vietnam, fixing the knowledge gap of species in Southeast Asia and safeguarding endangered species.
Co-designing a creative and equitable engagement programme for conservation science with refugee and asylum seekers
A free online platform that tracks transparency and supports sustainability across the palm oil, timber and pulp, and natural rubber supply chains.
We’re working at the cutting edge of conservation to protect angel sharks and create practical routes to their recovery.
Marine habitats are essential to the health of our marine ecosystem, and hold environmental and social importance, providing valuable ecosystem services.
For more than 20 years, we've been at the forefront of research on amphibian chytridiomycosis, a disease which has devastated amphibian populations globally.
The echo parakeet was listed as Critically Endangered in the 1980s.
The fody was once common across Mauritius but experienced a substantial range contraction due to widespread habitat loss and the impacts of introduced mammalian predators.
Historically, the pool frog was present in Britain, but following loss and damage to their habitats the species went extinct and the last native population of pool frogs, in Norfolk, was lost.
The results of the global LPI are published biennially in WWF's Living Planet Report, a leading science-based publication on the state of the planet and associated challenges and solutions.