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G8 falls short on delivering real climate action
Follow the latest updates from the G8 Summit in St.Petersburg, Russia
New polar bears on the Polar Bear Tracker
The WWF Polar Bear Tracker website is now ‘live’ again and following two new bears and their cubs ...
One Year After Gleneagles
What has happened since the G8 discussed climate change in July 2005 in Gleneagles?
Commentary: No energy security without climate security
WWF Global Climate Change Programme Director Jennifer Morgan writes on energy and climate security ...
Biodiversity and climate change: priorities for the Finnish Presidency of the EU
Finland holds the Presidency of the European Council from 30 June until 31 December 2006. Among the ...
WWF and TNC assess climate change impacts on the Mesoamerican Reef
WWF and The Nature Conservancy are undertaking a major regional assessment of Central America’s ...
WWF and CEN take climate change to school
A total of 1,500 students from 25 private and public schools of Kathmandu valley learned about ...
Giving power back to the people of Wales
Proposals by the Welsh government could dramatically reduce local carbon dioxide emissions and pave ...
WWF and rechargeable battery maker announce licensing partnership
WWF and Uniross, the European leader in rechargeable batteries, have entered into a three-year ...
World’s deserts threatened by climate change, UN warns
While deserts could become the “powerhouses of tomorrow” capturing and exporting solar energy, life ...
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