Hong Kong maritime shipping industry preps as territory increases police powers to fight wildlife trafficking
Hong Kong must tackle the biodiversity and climate crises together
Climate change, biodiversity loss and economic development can no longer be treated separately. ...
Besides marine wildlife, what else is entangled by ghost gear?
“Ghost gear” is one of the ten most commonly found marine litter in Hong Kong. It refers to ...
In Remembrance of Professor Brian Morton, PhD, DSc, OBE, JP (1942-2021)
It is with a deep sense of loss and sadness that we learned of the passing of one of our founding ...
Promoting “No Disposables Campus” initiative in schools
Let us count the ways disposable items are used on a daily basis at school campuses: plastic ...
Trawled fish consumption continues despite ban
On 31 December 2012, a ban came into effect in Hong Kong on the destructive fishing method known as ...
New ordinance protects toothfish from overfishing
What do the Patagonian toothfish (Dissostichus eleginoides), Antarctic toothfish (Dissostichus ...
WWF’s Recommendations for 2020/21 Policy Address
With our community in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, WWF believes the government can ...
OPY: Voices of Conservation
OPY: Voices of ConservationOne hundred fifty passionate youngsters signed up for the 2019-20 One ...
Mangroves Play Protector to Hong Kong, Now It’s Our Turn To Protect Them
To mark World Mangrove Day on 26 July, spare a thought for our city’s remaining mangroves.