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Ambergris caye, Belize, Central America

Belize moratorium on offshore oil activity: a landmark moment for marine conservation

The government of Belize has today introduced landmark legislation to establish a permanent moratorium on offshore oil activity in and around the ...

20 Oct 2017 Read more »
Belize Barrier Reef

Belize’s future dependent on threatened Belize Barrier Reef World Heritage site

The extent to which Belize’s economy depends on tourism generated by the threatened Belize Barrier Reef World Heritage site has been revealed for the ...

18 Oct 2017 Read more »
Adélie penguins

Breeding failure of a colony of nearly 20,000 Adélie penguins highlights need for urgent protections of Antarctic waters

A colony of over 18,000 pairs of Adélie penguins in Terre Adélie, Antarctica, suffered a catastrophic breeding failure at the start of 2017 with only ...

13 Oct 2017 Read more »
Vaquita (Phocoena sinus). Foto de Thomas A. Jefferson del proyecto conjunto de investigación con la Coordinación de Investigación y Conservación de Mamíferos Marinos del Instituto Nacional de Ecología (INE). Foto obtenida de acuerdo al permiso No. DR7488708 de la Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas (CONANP) de la SEMARNAT.

WWF position on the vaquita CPR (Conservation, Protection, and Recovery) plan

On 12 October, Mexico’s government, with the support of Mexican and international experts and scientists, will begin an unprecedented effort to save ...

11 Oct 2017 Read more »
La vaquita, Phocoena Sinus, el mamífero marino más amenazado del mundo.

Declaración de WWF sobre el CPR (Conservación, Protección y Recuperación) de la vaquita

WWF continuará apoyando el monitoreo acústica de la vaquita y retirando redes fantasma en su hábitat.

11 Oct 2017 Read more »
Trees are seen in the early morning light on the edge of the Mau forest, which is the source of the Mara river, near Bomet in Narok, Kenya

Healthy watersheds help stem deadly childhood diseases downstream

New study shows greater tree cover could have comparable impact to improved sanitation

09 Oct 2017 Read more »

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