WWF began its work in Colombia in 1964. In 1993 a Programme Office was formed which today focuses on the Northern Andes and the Chocó Biogeographic. Recently, WWF Colombia also started work in the Orinoco basin.
The public-private Alliance for the Conservation of Biodiversity, Territories, and Culture, led by the National Parks Authority and supported by ...19 jun 2019 Leer más »
The Tropical Forest Alliance Annual Meeting 2019, co-hosted by the Government of Colombia and TFA Colombia Alliance, took place from 6-8 May in ...13 may 2019 Leer más »
Leaders from campesino and indigenous communities from the Amazon participated in a communications workshop in Bogota, Colombia. They obtained ...18 abr 2019 Leer más »
Ecuadorian and Colombian scientists carried out a scientific expedition to estimate the population size of these cetaceans in Ecuador’s northern ...13 abr 2019 Leer más »
Says Luis Germán Naranjo, Director of Conservation and Governance at WWF-Colombia, regarding TRAFFIC’s most recent report, which highlights a ...14 feb 2019 Leer más »
10 years later, the species Inia geoffrensis returns to IUCN’s Red List; this time under the “Endangered” (EN) Category, the second most alarming on ...11 ene 2019 Leer más »
This declaration further increases WWF’s contribution to the establishment and expansion of protected areas in strategic ecosystems in Colombia. WWF ...20 dic 2018 Leer más »