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Independent Science-Based Taxonomy
Independent Science-Based Taxonomy launched to save EU’s official list of green investments

Environmental experts publish science-based Taxonomy and appeal to the investor community to use these new criteria instead.

20 Jan 2023
Nature positive by 2030
The future of nature is under serious question - the opportunity to secure it still exists

WWF has published new research that shows people are increasingly concerned about the state of nature and that government actions are seen as ...

01 Dec 2022
Climate pact for impact - workshop
Climate change awareness activities rounded off with a mural of gratitude to Mother Nature in Zagreb

Young people from four Croatian schools, led by WWF experts, discussed the role of humans in stimulating climate change, but also about potential ...

24 Oct 2022
Living Planet Report 2022
WWF’s Living Planet Report reveals a devastating 69% drop in wildlife populations on average in less than a lifetime

The newest edition of the Report provides the scientific evidence to back what nature has been demonstrating repeatedly: unsustainable human activity ...

13 Oct 2022
griffon vulture
New report shows the importance of discouraging wildlife crimes in Bosnia and Herzegovina

WWF launched a new national report about most common wildlife crimes, the most affected animals and recommendations for reducing such crimes.

11 Aug 2022
Carduelis carduelis
Wildlife crimes are a significant threat to the nature and people

A new WWF report shows that wildlife crime in Croatia most often affects birds such as European goldfinch, large carnivores and protected marine ...

10 Aug 2022