Conservation news: Rivers, Lakes & Wetlands
Alpine lifelines on the brink
Only one in ten Alpine rivers are healthy enough to maintain water supply and to cope with climate ...
Solutions still in reach as world biodiversity suffers major decline
Global wildlife populations have declined by more than half in just 40 years as measured in WWF's ...
More than a quarter of a million people say no to Don Sahong dam
WWF today staged a public event to share the concerns of more than a quarter of a million ...
Harmful small hydropower projects lose ground in Romania and Ukraine
A campaign to save the rivers of Bulgaria starts this week
Star of Colombia receives international protection
One of the most important wetlands in the world will now be protected from mining threats
Montenegro revives 40 year old plan to drown wild beauty
The government of Montenegro has revived a plan to erect four dams on the Moraca river ...
Effects of Laos dam project to be revealed
WWF welcomes the Lao Government's decision to have the Don Sahong hydropower project undergo a ...
Global freshwater conservation gains momentum among UN countries
Thirty-five member countries of the United Nations have now officially agreed to common guidelines ...
Amazon survey investigates fish and communities in region targeted for hydropower development
A 12-day field survey of Brazil’s Juruena River will provide new information about the river’s ...
NGOs set one-year deadline to stop Xayaburi dam
Leading non-governmental organisations (NGOs) today issued a joint declaration in opposition to ...