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WWF Living Planet Report 2022 - Building a Nature-Positive Society
This edition of the Living Planet Report confirms the planet is in the midst of a biodiversity and climate crisis, and that we have a last chance to act. This goes beyond conservation. A nature-positive future needs transformative - game changing - shifts in how we produce, how we consume, how we govern, and what we finance. We hope it inspires you to be part of that change.
This report provides a concise summary of the processes and outcomes for planning and development of the conservation Blueprint for the Kikori River Basin landscape. The planning and development exercise was concluded in December 2011 providing the most complete data analysis on available conservation and biodiversity information for the provincial land-use plans in the Kikori River Basin landscape for the local level governments and provincial governments of Gulf, Southern Highlands,Hela and Enga
In a bid to strengthen gender inclusion and gender mainstreaming in Fiji’s tuna offshore sector, WWF and partners today launched a Gender Mainstreaming in Fiji’s Offshore Tuna Industry Report.
The Department of Environment has secured more than $18 million over the past 24 months in external donor funding to support biodiversity conservation and environmental protection work.
Environmental factors, including climate change, are affecting catches for local fishermen and more needs to be done to ensure Pacific tuna stocks remain healthy, says an official with the World Wildlife Fund.
WWF, the Ministry of Environment and other stakeholders will today launch its Dreketi River and Estuary Shark and Ray Survey report.
WWF urges all states fishing for tuna to implement a set of urgently needed measures – including 100% observer coverage on all industrial fishing vessels by 2030 and recovery plans for all critically endangered and endangered oceanic sharks and rays by 2026 – in order to prevent extinctions and r
The Government of Fiji has been an active driver towards the conservation and management of sharks and rays regionally and globally.
Heads of eight Nacula and Yasawa districts in the Ba Province have agreed to collaborate to explore opportunities to sustainably manage their traditional fishing grounds.