WWF Statement on Soy, Forest Conversion, and the Amazon
First ever eco-friendly soy arrives in Switzerland
The first ever shipment of environment-friendly soy has arrived at the Swiss port city of Basel on ...
WWF asks for mandatory eco-certification for biofuels
While trying to increase their use, the EU must also endorse the mandatory eco-certification of all ...
Deforestation rates decrease in the Amazon
The Brazilian government recently announced that the deforestation of the Amazon fell by 30 per ...
EU must ensure bioenergy is really ‘green’
As the European Commission releases its Biomass Action Plan, WWF, Greenpeace, BirdLife ...
Drop in agricultural investments likely cause of lower Amazon deforestation
The decrease in deforestation in the Amazon in 2005, announced by the Brazilian government, is good ...
Government backtracking adds to massive Amazon deforestation
With over 26,000 square kilometres lost last year, the annual deforestation rate in the Amazon has ...
Agreement reached on finding solutions for responsible soy production
Soy conference participants agree on continuing process of finding solutions to reduce impacts of ...
1st Conference of the Roundtable on Sustainable Soy
A diverse range of stakeholders are meeting to discuss the impacts of the world´s increasing ...
Paraguay bans conversion of the Atlantic Forest
Paraguay's government votes for a new law to halt further deforestation of native forests in the ...