WWF-India Current Affairs, GK & News

WWF-UNEP report on Human-wildlife coexistence

World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) and UN Environment Programme (UNEP) recently released its report titled “A future for all – the need for human-wildlife coexistence”. Key findings of Report As per report, human-animal conflict is one of the main threats for long-term survival of world’s most iconic species. Conflict-related deaths affect more than 75 ..

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New Delhi Declaration on Asian Rhinos 2019

India will collaborate with Bhutan, Nepal, Indonesia and Malaysia to increase the population of three species of Asian Rhinos namely Greater one-horned rhinoceros, Javan rhino, and Sumatran rhino. India, Bhutan, Nepal, Indonesia and Malaysia have signed the New Delhi Declaration on Asian Rhinos 2019 declaration for the conservation and protection of the species at the Second Asian Rhino Range Countries Meet organised by the Environment, Forest and ..

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First organised census of Indus Dolphins begins in Punjab

Punjab government along World Wildlife Fund (WWF)-India are conducting first organised census of Indus Dolphins, one of the world’s rarest mammals found only in India and Pakistan. The organised census aims at conservation of the species. Key Facts The first organised census will be conducted over period of five days in 185 km stretch between ..

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