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Caviar from endangered sturgeon not suitable for Christmas
Caviar should be crossed off Christmas gift lists whenever possible to give highly endangered ...
A WWF restoration project in Hungary brings life back to a Danube island
Natural floodplain forest came back, drinking water also secured
Companies disclose ecological footprint of 82 million tonnes of pulp and paper
WWF recognizes the leadership in transparency of 25 of the world’s most important pulp and paper ...
WWF launches Green Heart of Europe to protect nature across 12 countries
WWF launched a new initiative to save and protect nature across 12 countries in Central and Eastern ...
Emergency Meeting of the Mekong River Commission Urgently Needed – WWF
In the wake of the Laos government’s decision this week to proceed with the Don Sahong dam on the ...
WWF highlights global framework for water cooperation
With only a handful of countries needed before the UN Watercourses Convention enters into force, ...
Indus River dolphin calves successfully rescued in eastern Pakistan
A joint team of WWF-Pakistan and the Sindh Wildlife Department recently rescued two stray Indus ...
Dams could signal death knell for Mekong giant catfish
Damming the mainstream of the lower Mekong River would represent a significant new threat to the ...
Fresh hope for ecologically sensitive rivers in the Danube basin
NGOs welcome the Guiding Principles for Sustainable Hydropower for Danube basin rivers, but will ...
Europe’s last wild sturgeons threatened by ongoing illegal fishing and caviar trade—WWF and TRAFFIC
Ongoing illegal fishing and trade in caviar in Romania and Bulgaria is threatening the survival of ...