Conservation success stories
Penguins rescued from New Zealand oil spill released
The first little blue penguins affected by the Rena oil spill were released back into the wild at ...
Russian government moves to protect critically endangered whales
Companies seeking oil extraction rights to a newly available concession off Russia’s Sakhalin ...
WWF welcomes Hong Kong trawl ban
Hong Kong’s Legislative Council has approved a ban on all trawling in its local waters, a move that ...
Collective conservation efforts boosted rhino population in Nepal
Chitwan, Nepal – After three rigorous weeks of conducting the National Rhino Census in Nepal, new ...
Major tiger trader behind bars as global tiger meet opens
A tiger farmer suspected of being a major figure in Vietnam’s illegal tiger trade has been arrested ...
WWF welcomes DRC government decision to suspend oil exploration in world heritage site Virunga
WWF welcomed the decision of the government of the Democratic Republic of Congo to withdraw the ...
Baby elephant born to WWF's 'Flying Squad'
Lisa, a female elephant on WWF’s Flying Squad, gave birth to healthy male calf on January 31, a ...
Critically Endangered Javan Rhinos and Calves Captured on Video
Dramatic new video footage of two critically endangered Javan rhinos and their calves was ...
Deterring illegal wildlife trafficking in the Central African Republic
Two men arrested late last year of trafficking elephant tusks and leopard and lion skins have been ...
WWF Showcases Sustainable Rattan Use Amid Design Revival
Natural rattan belongs to the design classics and it is making a comeback in design circles. ...
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