WWF in the Caucasus
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Highway planned through sensitive Armenian reserve
WWF is working in Armenia to protest the construction of a proposed highway that will run through a ...
First ever leopard "captured" in Armenia
Camera traps "catch" the leopard in Armenia
CEPF and WWF Caucasus PO cooperation in the hotspot
Where are all the SEAs? Project finance and Strategic Environmental Assessment of major oil and gas developments
WWF pushes for application of strategic planning for oil and gas developments.
“Your view on food and farming”: WWF photo competition
With a Europe-wide photo competition launched today together with a web site on the EU Common ...
Natural windstorm requires natural solutions
On Friday, November 19th, a massive windstorm swept across north Slovakia and caused major forest ...
Don't clear out your dead wood -- WWF says
A new WWF report "Deadwood - Living Forests" reveals that a third of forest-dwelling species rely ...
Saiga - CITES CoP13 WWF Position Statement
BP stopped in its tracks
A pipeline under construction by BP was halted this week by the Georgian Ministry of Environment, ...
Western European governments not taking illegal logging seriously
A new WWF online report launched today shows that European governments are not effectively ...
Leopard in the Caucasus
Full of hopes, we see the evidences of recent increased frequency of leopards in the Caucasus region. The below video made in Zangezur Range, showing male and female, is a result of cooperation of WWF, the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources and the Institute of Bio-resources of Nakhchyvan branch of Azerbaijan Academy of Sciences.
Some more information and another video of the same pair is published at WWF-Swtzerlad page(on German): wwf.ch/de/aktuell/news/love_story/
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