THE LIVING PLANET REPORT

The Living Planet Report 2022 is the 14th edition of WWF’s two-yearly flagship publication on the status of biodiversity on earth.

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Our mission in the Guianas is to work together with the
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Dr Devon Dublin, WWF-Guianas Governance Coordinator, presenting project results at the Biodiversity Engagement Consolidation event

Linking Biodiversity Conservation with Key Economic Sectors in Guyana

WWF-Guianas held a Biodiversity Engagement Consolidation event that links key economic sectors to the mainstreaming of biodiversity. The event saw ...

24 Nov 2022 Read more »
Aerial view of deforestation and fire in the Amazon Rainforest surrounding the Uru-euwau- wau Indigenous Land, on september 2020, in Governador Jorge Teixeira, Rondonia state.

Deforestation in the Amazon is accelerating the point of no return, warns WWF

WWF’s Living Amazon Report, published last week, argues that threats to the integrity of the Amazon must be stopped through urgent measures to ...

15 Nov 2022 Read more »
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Formele bekrachtiging van samenwerking tussen AdeKUS en WWF-Guianas

De in de afgelopen jaren steeds intensiever geworden samenwerking tussen WWF-Guianas en de Anton de Kom Universiteit van Suriname (AdeKUS) is ...

18 Oct 2022 Read more »
THE LIVING PLANET REPORT 2022

Living Planet Report Confirms Accelerated Trend in Biodiversity Loss in Wildlife Populations

Monitored wildlife populations in Latin America and the Caribbean region have dropped by 94% on average, with the Amazon river dolphin population ...

17 Oct 2022 Read more »

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BioDev 2030 Inception Report

The BioDev 2030 Inception Report

18 Aug 2022 Read more »
A Guide to Community-Based Monitoring, Reporting And Verification

A Guide to Community-Based Monitoring, Reporting And Verification

A Guide to Community-Based Monitoring, Reporting And Verification

13 Oct 2021 Read more »

 

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​Regional Office Suriname
Henck Arronstraat 63 Suite E
Paramaribo, Suriname
Phone: (597) 422 357
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​Guyana Office
121 Duncan Street,
Bel Air Park, 
Georgetown, Guyana
Phone: (592) 223 7802