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WWF in Netherlands
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WWF Conservation Projects in Netherlands
One Europe, more nature
Today, more and more Europeans want to buy products that have little impact on the environment. Increasingly, many won’t buy unless nature is protecte...
Recovery and Conservation of the Scheldt Estuary
This project aims to emphasize the natural beauty of the Scheldt. WWF Belgium sets up an active and dynamic awareness campaign together with various D...
The Meuse River: Storing Water near the Source
With the cooperation of local farmers WW'F works on a project to prevent future floods of the Meuse river in Belgium and the Netherlands. WWF aims to ...
Latest Netherlands News
WWF statement on ICJ whaling case
Today public hearings closed at the International Court of Justice in the case between Australia ...
WWF commends Rotterdam harbour’s appeal to ban whale meat
WWF-Netherlands has commended the Port of Rotterdam for urging shipping companies and terminal ...
WWF and Rabobank enter into partnership
With the signing of a global partnership agreement on Mach 30th, WWF and Rabobank have joined ...
Lights out on Bosphorus Bridge marks Earth Hour transition into Europe.
Lights going out on Istanbul’s Bosphorus Bridge was a fitting way to mark Earth Hour’s transition ...
Historic high seas declaration at risk
Last minute reservations from four countries may sink the historic announcement of a network of ...
WWF and Industry Leaders join forces to save European fisheries
Global environment organisation WWF and the leading associations for European seafood processors ...
Tuna commission urged to add fishing halt to trade ban to save bluefin
Countries meeting in Brazil this week need to agree urgently to temporarily halt bluefin tuna ...
G20 finance ministers fail to reach green on climate financing
Finance ministers of the world’s dominant economies failed to reach agreement on the financing ...
Fishing for funds to be placed off limits for rule breakers
European governments and enterprises continuing to flout fisheries regulations are to be denied ...
Interest grows in neglected global water treaty
Delegates of 14 countries attending the World Water Forum tonight signed pledges of support to a ...