US Ratification of Port State Measures Agreement Far-Reaching Tool to Curb Illegal Fishing

US Ratification of Port State Measures Agreement Far-Reaching Tool to Curb Illegal Fishing

In response to the United States’ completion of ratification of the Port States Measures Agreement (PSMA), World Wildlife Fund (WWF) issued the following statement from Michele Kuruc, vice president of oceans policy: “The Port State Measures Agreement provides the United States a strong tool in the fight to end illegal fishing. Today’s finalization of ratification […]

Global Experts Illustrate Climate Change’s Destabilizing Impacts on Food Security

Global Experts Illustrate Climate Change’s Destabilizing Impacts on Food Security

Food Chain Reaction crisis simulation exposes critical gaps in the world’s readiness to respond. Now, public-private partners recommend policy action. As the impacts of climate change deepen across the globe, public- and private-sector leaders must come together to proactively address critical gaps in knowledge, productivity and collaboration that threaten the future stability of the global […]

WWF Statement on the Supreme Court’s Clean Power Plan Decision

WWF Statement on the Supreme Court’s Clean Power Plan Decision

In response to today’s U.S. Supreme Court decision to temporarily stay the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) released the following statement from Lou Leonard, vice president, climate change: “While the Supreme Court’s decision may have temporarily hit the pause button on the Clean Power Plan, it has not curbed our […]