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Jan 23, 2019
Water crisis in India could further worsen bank NPA problem in power and agriculture sector: World Wildlife Fund reportWater problems could push the non-performing assets of banks higher as many lenders have loan exposure in sectors where there are risks to water resources, says a report
Oct 30, 2018
Population of vertebrates has declined globally by 60 percent since 1970: WWFAmong the groups of animals studied by WWF, the most affected have been those living in fresh water.
Aug 01, 2018
Over 100 wildlife rangers have died in Asia and Central Africa in the past year2018 saw the murder of Rachel Katumwa, the first female wildlife ranger to be killed while on duty.
May 21, 2017
World's rarest marine species vaquita porpoise may be extinct in a year, reveals reportWith an estimated 30 or fewer individuals remaining, vaquita porpoise — the world's most endangered marine mammal — may go extinct by 2018 if no action is taken to save them, a new study warns. Known as the 'panda of the sea' because of its distinctive markings, the vaquita is endemic to the Upper Gulf of California.
Apr 15, 2016
Apple will donate a portion of its App Store sales with 'Apps for Earth' initiativeApple Inc will donate sales of select apps in April to the World Wildlife Fund amid its growing focus on environmental issues, the company announced.
Apr 13, 2016
Doubling tiger population by 2022 is unrealistic: Wildlife expert Dr Ullas KaranthDr K Ullas Karanth, Director for Science-Asia for the Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS), talks to Firstpost on WWF-GTF latest report and tiger population in the country.
Apr 11, 2016
World tiger count rises for the first time in 100 yearsData compiled by the WWF and the Global Tiger Forum show that the global population of wild tigers has risen to an estimated 3,890 from an all-time low of 3,200 in 2010.
Apr 16, 2015
No place to go: The plight of Assam's cornered elephants is getting worseThere’s a hot zone in Assam that has nothing to do with ULFA insurgents, Bodo militants or illegal migrants from Bangladesh. It’s about elephants.
Sep 25, 2014
Watch: Leonardo DiCaprio's powerful speech on climate change at UN SummitActor Leonardo DiCaprio accepted Clinton Global Citizen Award for his environmental work. DiCaprio was presented the award by World Wildlife Fund CEO Carter Roberts Sunday, reports usmagazine.com.
Nov 22, 2013
Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation donates $3 mn to save tigers in NepalActor Leonardo DiCaprio's conservation foundation has awarded a $3 million grant to the World Wildlife Fund to help Nepal increase its tiger population.