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Global climate deal in reach with Cancun outcome
World governments on Saturday morning laid tentative groundwork for a global agreement to fight ...
Wealthy, poor governments must unite on new source of funding to fight climate change - 4 Dec 2010
To move the climate talks in Cancun forward, both wealthy and poor governments must embrace ...
Mexico leads by example at climate talks
WWF commends Mexico’s announcement during the ongoing United Nations climate negotiations that the ...
Emerging economies also emerging leaders in effective climate action
Influential emerging economies are also emerging with the leading plans to cut carbon emissions ...
Ministers from Amazonian countries expressed their interest in the integral conservation of the Amazon region, in Nagoya
During a meeting held in Nagoya, at the CBD COP10, the ministers of six countries (Brazil, Ecuador, ...
Reserva Natural La Planada vuelve a la comunidad indígena Awa
En un acto sin precedentes, los Indígenas Awa reciben una de las reservas naturales privadas más ...
Counting dolphins, critical to preserve health of South American rivers
A slow-moving canoe full of marine biologists gingerly steers through a narrow Amazon tributary. On ...
Pristine sea mounts edge closer to protection off Chile
In what could be a key step to the formation of the second largest protected area in the open ...
WWF-TRAFFIC and PROFEPA sign a collaboration agreement to combat wildlife trafficking
The Federal Attorney for Environmental Protection (PROFEPA) and WWF-TRAFFIC North America ...
Cetaceans conservation in Latin America and the Caribbean