WWF’s response to 2021-22 Policy Address: Development plans must benefit nature and people
Existing Plastic Bag Levy Losing Effectiveness Government should review and promote environmentally friendly practices
WWF’s Watershed Analysis Reveals Precious Habitats South Lantau at Risk
WWF urges the Hong Kong government to fix legal loopholes and commit to conservation
Hong Kong officially includes illegal wildlife trade in Organised and Serious Crimes Ordinance to better curb smuggling activities
The Legislative Council passed a bill as proposed by Hon Elizabeth Quat, to include illegal ...
Hong Kong Fashion Industry lacks sustainable cotton clothing WWF urges increase in supply and transparency of information to promote sustainable development in apparel market
WWF-Hong Kong launch a report “Closing The Gap: A Review of Sustainable Cotton Availability in Hong ...
Appointment of WWF-Hong Kong CEO
WWF-Hong Kong announced today (29 July 2021) the appointment of Nicole Wong as the new Chief ...
How to spot the warning signs of wildlife crime in the maritime industry
Weaknesses and loopholes in maritime supply chains are often exploited by traffickers to smuggle ...
WWF launches latest Seafood Guide to encourage sustainable seafood on Shark Awareness Day
Boston Lobster joins shark and eels, and listed as “Red-Avoid” Category
WWF-Hong Kong launched an updated version of their well-known Seafood Guide on the annual “Shark ...
WWF’s latest market survey found adult endangered horseshoe crabs are available for sale in Hong Kong
“Horseshoe Crab Counts” campaign appealed to seafood business to pledge to stop selling or displaying adult horseshoe crabs
Food Consumption and Production Fuels Growth in City’s Ecological Footprint
[HONG KONG – 16 March 2021] The world would require 4.4 Earths if everyone were to adopt Hong ...