+$The importance of biodiversity below the forest canopy is often underappreciated, and yet it is a crucial component of healthy functioning forest ecosystems.+$Below the Canopy: Plotting Global Trends in Forest Wildlife Populations+$is the first-ever global assessment of forest-dwelling wildlife populations and highlights the multitude of threats forest-living species are facing.
+$WWF and Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. have been working since 2016 to help ensure the long-term health of the oceans by improving Royal Caribbean’s operations and supply chains and engaging guests to become champions for the oceans. Learn more about the strides we are making.
+$There are over 400 known endangered marine species linked to human seafood consumption. As part of its continuous efforts to mitigate the effects of the global food system, WWF has developed a user-friendly and practical guide identifying the main at-risk aquatic creatures found in seafood supply chains. This resource aims at assisting companies, buyers, chefs, and consumers at large in making informed decisions while sourcing seafood. The Seafood Guide on Endangered Species was developed by WWF US in collaboration with marine experts across the global WWF Network.
+$Nationally Determined Commitments (NDCs) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) 2015 Paris Agreement underscore the role protected areas and other conserved areas play in reaching global mitigation and adaptation targets.
+$Japan is a country with one of the world’s largest ivory markets and flourishing domestic trade. Although Japan has taken some steps in amending its legal framework around the ivory trade, the domestic markets still remain open and are thus contributing to the illegal domestic ivory trade. This report analyzes best practices related to the commercial ivory trade in six international jurisdictions to ultimately provide a guide for how Japan can improve its legal and regulatory measures on this issue.
+$The 2019 Arctic Council Conservation Scorecard examines the concrete actions Arctic states are taking to fulfill their responsibilities as the primary stewards of the region. The success or failure of the Arctic Council depends upon each nation state’s ability to effectively implement the Council’s recommendations at home. WWF has produced this second Scorecard to shed light on the Council’s ability to deliver good governance, greater environmental protection and sustainable development in the Arctic.
+$Global institutions central to infrastructure finance and development have begun to work toward a shift to low-carbon, climate resilient, “sustainable” investments to meet larger goals in Paris Agreement NDCs, CBD Aichi Targets, and the sustainable development goals (SDGs). So far however, this push toward sustainable infrastructure has largely been driven by decarbonization.
该+$Tuul+$River Basin Report Card—the first of its kind in Mongolia—assesses the basin's health through social, environmental and economic values that can be tracked over time in response to management actions and/or external pressures.
世界野生动物基金会开发了食物浪费战士课程+$in 2017, launched as part of the Wild Classroom platform. The team piloted the lessons in multiple DC schools, helping each to run food waste audits and reduction efforts. In the process, we garnered several key insights on the challenges, complexities, and areas of opportunity for fighting food loss and waste in schools.