The consequences of human-elephant conflict are not only of key conservation concern but also are major socio-economic and political issues. Therefore, resolution of human-elephant conflict is a major concern and a high priority for conservation

This report evaluates the compliance of 53 countries with the requirements of Article 7 of the UN Code of Conduct for Responsible Fisheries, published after all-nation agreement in 1995.

This report proposes solutions for the cement industry which is responsible for 8% of global CO2 emissions. It describes a scenario in which the industry sector grows to more than twice its size in volume by 2050 while it reduces its absolute CO2 emissions by approximately three quarters compared to global emissions in 2007.

Scientific evidence accumulating since the IPCC

Over the past half-century, WWF and many other groups have worked to conserve the world's most exceptional ecosystems and endangered species, promote sustainable use of natural resources, and reduce pollution and wasteful consumption


Global warming is accelerating at a faster rate than climate change experts had previously predicted, according to a new compendium of scientific research released by WWF.

In 2007, the Nobel Prize winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) released their Fourth Assessment Report

Living planet report 2008 looks at the cause and effect relationships which determine the Earth's health. Key to the report is the Living Planet Index, used to map out the state of the world's ecosystems, and the Ecological Footprint.

WWF presented a series of case studies from four continents showing that measures to improve the health of stressed water systems now would also improve their ability to cope with projected climate impacts in the future. This report shows that practical adaptations to climate change impacts on freshwaters may have immediate benefits for peoples' livelihoods and to conserve ecosystems, and should be priorities for governments and aid donors.

This report highlights the impact of the UK's consumption patterns on water resources across the world. WWF has used state-of-the-art analysis to estimate the UK's total national water footprint. This report presents both the results of this analysis and several case studies that illustrate the impacts of the UK's water footprint in the countries where the food and cotton are grown.