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US Environmental Protection Agency fails to regulate CO2 emissions
WWF believes the US Environmental Protection Agency’s decision not to regulate CO2 emissions from ...
Autumn comes early this year to Europe's trees
Yellow leaves are lining forest paths throughout Europe - an unusual sight in August. Raising the ...
Edelweiss, the Queen of the Alps, in danger!
Climate change is threatening the survival of sensitive plant species in Europe's alpine regions, ...
Protected areas: past, present, and future
The last 130 years has seen the largest conscious land use change in history: over 100,000 ...
US research plan another tactic to delay action on global warming
The ten-year research proposal for the US Climate Change Science Programme announced today by the ...
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First graduate of WWF Graduate Programme at Qinghua University
Wang Baiyu has become the first graduate of WWF's Graduate Programme on the Human Dimension of ...
Climate justice takes off
The Climate Justice Programme, which aims to combat climate change through legal action, was ...
UK government plans massive investment in offshore windpower
WWF welcomes the UK's plans to produce six gigawatt electricity from offshore windfarms by 2010 - ...
EU Emissions Trading Directive a significant step forward, say NGOs
Environmental groups today welcomed the European Parliament's adoption of the Emission Trading ...
Race to build new homes threatens UK vision of sustainable communities
Higher standards for building regulations in are needed in the UK to deliver communities with the ...
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