Assignments for the World Wildlife Fund

 
 

Elephants sleep with their ears to the ground

Tongmuan Eiamsaard, who lives on a lush farm at the border of Kui Buri National Park, has a special way of talking to the elephants. Directors cut from assignment with WWF Magazine.

Nepal’s Model for Adapting to Climate Change

Funded by USAID and implemented by WWF, CARE, the Federation of Community Forestry Users Nepal, and Nepal’s National Trust for Nature Conservation, Hariyo Ban is an ambitious and expansive partnership designed to reduce the adverse impacts of climate change and threats to biodiversity. It is also a testing ground—of new ideas, deeply embedded community leadership, and the power of marrying landscape-level conservation with a granular, village-by-village approach. Since 2011, the project has focused its work in Nepal’s Chitwan-Annapurna Landscape and Terai Arc Landscape, identifying key climate adaptation and resilience needs, contributing to climate-mitigation efforts, and delivering unprecedented levels of integrated support for the region’s people and wildlife.


Sustainable Fishing in Vietnam

Tram Chim National Park is one of the most important remaining expanses of wetlands in Vietnam. While most fishing in the park is forbidden, some locals exercise traditional rights to fish for food and a living. WWF works in Tram Chim to restore natural water flows, fisheries and wildlife.


Tara the Ramganga Mitra

Profile piece on Tara - a 'Ramganga Mitra' who works to preserve the Ramganga river near her home in Moradabad, India. Commissioned piece for WWF UK.


River Rangers Protect Irrawaddy Dolphins

In the Mekong River, only 85 Irrawaddy dolphins remain, living among six different pools between Cambodia and Laos. Fishing nets are a threat to the species. River rangers help track the dolphins and enforce sustainable fishing practices to help the population.


Living along the Mekong River

A farmer and shop owner sends his daughter to a training course with WWF and the Luc Hoffmann Institute to learn about better resource management.


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