WWF in the Caucasus
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Western European governments not taking illegal logging seriously
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Feature advisory: Human-wildlife conflict
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Action not words on Kyoto ratification, WWF urges Russia
As the World Conference on Climate Change approaches, WWF is urging Russia to ratify the Kyoto ...
Autumn comes early this year to Europe's trees
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Fading Footprints: The Killing and Trade of Snow Leopards
WWF helps improve effective management of European protected areas
While Europeans want more protected forest areas, existing protected areas in Europe have serious ...
One step forward, two steps back?
EU accession countries are spending a fortune to come into line with EU environmental standards. ...
WWF launches project to save the Caucasus leopard
WWF recently launched a project to secure protection for the critically endangered Caucasus leopard.
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.
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