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illegal gold mining in Protected Area

New WWF study: Health of Amazon population at risk due to dangerous mercury levels in fish from gold mining

Local populations in areas with small-scale artisanal gold mining are at serious risk of being poisoned by mercury, due to their habit of eating ...

06 Aug 2020 Read more »
The addition of thirteen titles, amounting to a donation of thirty-nine books in total to the university’s library.

UG and WWF Partner to Advance Education in Environment and Social Justice

WWF makes significant book donation to the University of Guyana

13 Jul 2020 Read more »
Gold mining is a growing threat for the Amazon. The issue will be discussed in a side event at Rio+20 summit.

WWF: ‘We remain at risk for next pandemic unless urgent action is taken’

17 Jun 2020 Read more »

 

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Biodiversity Assessment Survey of the Kaieteur Plateau and Upper Potaro, Guyana

Biodiversity Assessment Survey of the Kaieteur Plateau and Upper Potaro, Guyana

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Office in Guyana in collaboration with Global Wildlife Conservation (GWC) launches today the secpnd in a series of reports ...

17 Nov 2017 Read more »


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