WWF IN ASIA PACIFIC
Asia-Pacific is home to a rich diversity of people and nature. WWF’s mission is to conserve the wildlife, habitats and natural resources here so that it can continue to support the wildlife and millions of people who depend upon it.
This year marks a once in a 12-year opportunity to come together to protect tigers. In September this year, world leaders will meet at the 2nd Global Tiger Summit where the movement to protect tigers – from governments, communities, and conservation – must secure a future for tigers.Learn more
NEW REPORT 2021
Going Viral: Myanmar’s Wildlife Trade Escalates Online
New research by WWF shows that online illegal wildlife trade in Myanmar increased by 74% from 2020 to 2021.Learn more
NEW REPORT 2021
Primates of the Greater Mekong
A remarkable 44 species of primates call the Greater Mekong home, with 19 species endemic to the region and some existing in only one country or a small part of the landscape.Learn more
HOW TO SPOT WILDLIFE CRIME IN MARITIME CARGOLearn more
Posted on 05 May 2023
MAPPING PATHWAYS: Towards a Holistic Model for the Planning, Design, Approval, and Construction of Inclusive and Resilient Linear Infrastructure — Opportunities for Transition in the ASEAN Region
This first-of-its-kind report proposes a holistic model for planning, designing and constructing inclusive and resilient linear ...
Posted on 06 Mar 2023
WWF: Landmark High Seas Treaty agreed, ushering in new rules for two-thirds of the ocean
NEW YORK CITY, United States (4 March 2023) – WWF strongly welcomes the agreement of the text for a new global legally binding ...