Twitter Chat on 9/21 at #GM100 with GM, WWF & The Climate Group


Join General Motors (GM)’s Director of Sustainability, David Tulauskas, GM’s Manager of Renewable Energy, Rob Threlkeld, WWF’s Director of U.S.

Tech Industry Leaders Join Forces Against Illegal Wildlife Trafficking Online

On World Elephant Day, online companies unite against wildlife cybercriminals by adopting measures to fight illegal wildlife trade
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WASHINGTON, August 12, 2016 /3BL Media/ - On World Elephant Day, leading e-commerce and social media companies are implementing critical steps to stop the sale of illegal wildlife products online across the globe.    

WWF and Toyota Form Global Partnership, Join Forces on Living Asian Forest Project and Climate Change

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TOKYO, August 3, 2016 /3BL Media/ - WWF and Toyota Motor Corporation have entered into a five-year agreement aimed at accelerating the globe's transition to sustainability. Through this partnership, the organizations will work together to promote biodiversity conservation, raise environmental awareness and accelerate the move toward a "zero carbon" society.

Toyota is the first car company and the first Japanese company to sign a Global Corporate Partnership agreement with WWF. The agreement went into effect on July 1, 2016.

WWF: Tiger Farming in Asia Must End; US has Role to Play

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July 29, 2016 /3BL Media/ -- World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is using Global Tiger Day today to call on governments across Asia to investigate all tiger breeding centers and close any operations involved in the illegal tiger trade. WWF is also calling on the US to do more to address its own large captive tiger population.

100+ Companies Salute the Signing of the Paris Agreement and Call For Swift Action On Clean Power Plan

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April 20, 2016 /3BL Media/ - More than 100 companies, including leading global giants, expressed their support today for the Paris Agreement on climate change and called for swift action on the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan, a proposal aimed at significantly cutting carbon pollution in the United States.

WWF & Leonardo DiCaprio: For the First Time in 100 Years, Tiger Numbers are Growing

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World Wildlife Fund (WWF) and the Global Tiger Forum (GTF) announced today that the number of wild tigers has increased for the first time after more than 100 years of constant decline.

Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation (LDF) and WWF committed in 2010, along with partners around the globe and all 13 countries with wild tigers, to doubling the number of tigers in the wild by 2022.

World Heritage Supports Millions, but Threatened Worldwide

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GLAND, Switzerland, April 5, 2016 /3BL Media/ -- Nearly half of all natural World Heritage sites are threatened by harmful industrial activities, according to a new WWF report. These sites provide vital services to people and the environment, but are at risk worldwide from activities including oil and gas exploration, mining and illegal logging.

WWF and H&M Lead the Way for More Sustainable Fashion


Today on World Water Day, conservation organization WWF and fashion retailer H&M are proud to announce a five year global partnership. The new agreement expands the successful partnership from 2013, focusing on water stewardship, to also include climate action and a strategic dialogue related to H&M’s and the fashion industry’s broader sustainability challenges. This marks one more step towards a truly sustainable fashion industry. 

Working in Partnership to Make a Real Difference


When broadcast giant Sky teamed up with WWF back in 2009 it was one of the biggest corporate conservation partnerships going – and also one of the first. It all centred on tackling one of society’s biggest issues: deforestation and climate change.

United for Wildlife, Google.org and ARM Unite to Launch Conservation Technology Network

WILDLABS.NET unveiled at WWF’s Fuller Symposium in Washington, DC
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Washington, DC, November 18, 2015 /3BL Media/ – United for Wildlife, with support from Google.org and ARM, today launched a conservation technology network to close the information-sharing gap in the fight against illegal wildlife trade and other pressing issues facing our planet. The online network will foster a global community of users to share best practices and to identify technology-based solutions to evolving conservation challenges.


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