In 2019 press publications about the forest-fire in the Paraguayan Pantanal were managed by WWF-Paraguay with expert-interviews, photos and maps. From August 20 to October 31, more than 212 WWF appearances were recorded in the digital press, 30 radio interviews and 26 television interviews.
Here you find some of the appareances:

WWF pide al Gobierno acciones tras incendio en el Pantanal paraguayo
(26-Ago. Ultima Hora)
Reportan 34 nuevos focos de incendio en el Alto Chaco
(5-Set. Ultima Hora)
El WWF detecta 34 nuevos focos de incendios en el Chaco paraguayo
(6-Set. EFE)
Detectan 24 nuevos focos de incendio en el Chaco
(6-Set. La Nación)
Bomberos intentan sofocar nuevos focos de incendio en el Chaco
(8-Set. La Nación)
Paraguay: los focos de incendio avanzan a 20 km/día; humo afecta a Itapúa
(10-Set. Noticias del 6)
Incendios amenazan a población de Alto Paraguay
(10-Set. ABC Color)
WWF muestra preocupación por incendios
(16-Set. ABC Color)
Prevención y actuación rápida, acciones esenciales para evitar producción y expansión de incendios forestales
(30-Oct- La Unión)


Colombia focused in 2019 on positioning the low carbon conservation model. Bibo, a campaign lead by the national newspaper El Espectador in partner-ship with WW, dedicated one collectible to the Orinoquia, helping the general public to be aware of its biodiversity and culture:
Also during 2019 a new collectible has been launched about food and its impact on environment. In the chapter about “asado” a story about livestock in flooded Savannahs appeared. This collectible is available for everyone who buys the newspaper on Saturdays and a digital version is available as well through the websites
Each collectible has also a promotion through social media.