Conservation news: Rivers, Lakes & Wetlands
Norsk Hydro may withdraw from controversial hydro power project
Reports that construction of an aluminium smelter in East Iceland may be postponed could mean that ...
A new partnership to protect freshwater
WWF and HSBC, one of the largest banking and financial services organizations in the world, have ...
Let's hear it from the frogs!
The African frogs are in trouble! Luckily, the Southern African Frog Atlas Project is coming to the ...
WWF launches an anti-flood campaign in Poland
WWF, with support from the WWF Corporate Club in Poland, is starting a cross-Poland anti-flood ...
West Africa takes a leap forward for freshwater conservation
The Government of Guinea has announced the designation of the second largest wetlands protected ...
China makes massive new commitment to wetlands protection
WWF today welcomed the Chinese government's launch of one of the largest wetland conservation and ...
New Danube shipping routes ecologically and economically dangerous says WWF
The new shipping plans for the Danube river should be halted immediately according to a new WWF ...
Four more from Cuba for World Wetlands Day 2002
For World Wetlands Day, Cuba is preparing to nominate another four wetlands sites.
Africa's "shrinking" lake increases wetlands of international importance and gets new lease on life
Recent efforts of countries sharing the precious resources of Lake Chad signal hope for this water ...
WWF urges better management of mountain wetlands
Mountain wetlands have a major role to play in preventing the world's freshwater crisis.