Conservation and environmental news & publications: Senegal
WWF Signs New Agreement for African Cetaceans
WWF-West African Marine Ecoregion Programme today signed a new intergovernmental agreement to ...
Tuna commission comes up with "a disgrace, not a decision"
The commission tasked with preventing a collapse of the Mediterranean bluefin tuna fishery today ...
West Africa Marine Newsletter (April 08)
News, views and information from WWF's West Africa Marine Ecoregion (WAMER) programme based in ...
New guide to reducing bycatch goes online
As a service to the long-term sustainability of both fish stocks and fishing communities, WWF has ...
Green turtle nesting sites discovered in Senegal
A WWF survey has discovered new marine turtle nesting sites on the beaches of Senegal, prompting ...
Sea turtles threatened by rising seas
Sea turtles lay their eggs into the beach sand. Many return to the exact beaches that they were ...
Fish Dish - exposing the unacceptable face of seafood
This briefing provides a snapshot of the destruction and waste behind some European fisheries.
Cape Verde: tourism or turtles?
Slowly dragging its shell onto the beach, a turtle emerges from the ocean. It is midnight and the ...
Time to clean up the chemicals in Africa
WWF Global Toxics Programme Director Clifton Curtis writes on a strategic approach to chemical ...
Melon-headed whales guided to safety in Cape Verde
Thanks to rescue efforts by local residents, a pod of melon-headed whales stranded in a Cape ...
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