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.
Two students, one from Medellín and one from Barranquilla, made it to the top of a pool of 30,784 students from all around the country.07 nov 2019 Leer más »
Colombia and eight other countries in the region presented an ambitious plan during the Climate Action Summit in order to contribute directly to the ...27 sep 2019 Leer más »
Herencia Colombia (HECO) was presented at two events during the Climate Summit of the United Nations General Assembly held this week in New York ...26 sep 2019 Leer más »
The department of Guaviare, in the Colombian Amazon, ranks third among the most deforested in the country, according to the most recent government ...21 ago 2019 Leer más »
The Colombian Academy of Exact, Physical and Natural Sciences is one of the organizations that the Colombian government consults to make key ...04 jul 2019 Leer más »
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 »