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Hong Kong Customs seized about 7 200 kilograms of ivory tusks with an estimated market value of about $72 million on July 4 in a container from Malaysia at the Kwai Chung Customhouse Cargo Examination Compound.

Customs seizes 7,200 kilograms of Illegal Ivory – largest in 30 years WWF urges legislators to support ivory ban to help stop rampant poaching

The government announced today that on 4 July, the Hong Kong Customs seized 7,200 kilograms of ivory tusks, the largest seizure in the past 30 years.

06 Jul 2017 Read more »
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Chinese White Dolphin Numbers Hit Record Low

Chinese White Dolphin Numbers Hit Record Low - Busy marine traffic poses additional threats as calf numbers also plunge

A government report has revealed that the number of Chinese White Dolphins (CWDs) in Hong Kong waters has hit a record low of 47. The downward trend ...

26 Jun 2017 Read more »
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WWF urges for the implementation details for feed-in tariff policy

WWF’s letter to Panel on Environmental Affairs of the Legislative Council

WWF- Hong Kong is pleased to submit this paper to Panel Members. We welcome Government’s Climate Action Plan 2030+ which makes the important ...

26 Jun 2017 Read more »
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Peter Cornthwaite (middle), Chief Executive Officer of WWF-Hong Kong, presented Black-faced Spoonbill models to Fujian Forestry Department and The People’s Government of Changle City to express the organization’s gratitude to their support in the past 5 years in the Minjiang River Estuary project.

A Conservation Success Co-operation by WWF and The People’s Government of Changle City, Fujian Province

WWF-Hong Kong has been co-operating with The People’s Government of Changle City in Fujian Province, Fujian Minjiang River Estuary Wetland National ...

20 Jun 2017 Read more »

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