Marine Traffic Poses Numerous Threats to Chinese White Dolphin, WWF Study Finds
Empowering Youth to Speak for the Planet
Over 70 global youth leaders from 20 regions across Asia and Europe converged on Hong Kong for the ...
WWF’s 100% Solar Mobile Café Hits the Road
Hong Kong’s first 100% solar-powered mobile café was officially unveiled today at a launch ceremony ...
WWF’s inaugural Corporate Sustainability Summit & Award Presentation
WWF-Hong Kong held its first Corporate Sustainability Summit & Award Presentation on 8 November ...
Walk For Nature 2017: Where Biodiversity and Sustainability Meet
A total of 2,000 participants and representative from 31 organizations took part in the two-day ...
WWF’s Response to the Chief Executive’s 2017 Policy Address
Chief Executive Carrie Lam’s inaugural Policy Address, delivered today at the Legislative Council, ...
Shark Fin Re-exports to Macau on the Rise Dramatic increase in shark fin re-exports from Hong Kong to Macau
Shark fin re-exports from Hong Kong to Macau rose a staggering 62 per cent year-on-year in 2016, up ...
Public Sentiment Sways for Ivory Ban 78 per cent of Hong Kongers support legislation for a total ivory trade ban
A total ban on ivory sales in Hong Kong is supported by 78 per cent of locals, according to survey ...
Loopholes Increase Risks of Shark Fin Carriage WWF releases first guidelines to facilitate shark fin-free shipments
WWF-Hong Kong has published the first-ever “No Shark Fin Carriage Policy Implementation Guidelines” ...
T.S. Lines bans shark fin shipments
WWF-Hong Kong welcomes the decision by Taiwan’s T.S. Lines, one of the top 30 shipping companies in ...