North Sea Ministers back fisheries reform
Environment Ministers agree to a series of actions to reform fisheries in the North Sea.
WWF protest against North Sea waste
WWF protests outside a meeting of Environment Ministers against accidental catching of marine ...
Socialist leaders promise fish reform
Party leaders from the Party of European Socialists meeting in Barcelona last night committed to ...
North Sea protection on Ministers agenda
WWF alerts editors to a meeting of Environment Ministers of countries in the North Sea basin that ...
WWF launches strategy to protect remaining 567 Vaquitas
WWF and other partners today launched a plan to protect the 567 Vaquitas that remain in the wild.
Protect Europe's coral reefs from industrial fishing says WWF
WWF is calling for the EU to protect its deep-water coral reefs that are being severely damaged by ...
Reversal of Federal trawl decision a bitter blow for Reef protection
WWF has expressed frustration at the reversal of a federal decision to ban trawling in parts of the ...
Tuna farming a major threat for already over-fished wild tuna in the Mediterranean, warns WWF
WWF today warned that a massive expansion in tuna farming threatens to decimate the already ...
Killer algae identified as the probable cause of massive fish die-off in Kenyan waters, WWF says
The killer organism, probably responsible for the deaths of thousands of fish and hundreds of other ...
Australia: trawl closure will stop fish kills lining local beaches
WWF has supported the Australian Federal Government�s recent decision to ban inshore trawling off ...