WWF Spain office
WWF in Spain
Miguel Angel Valladares
Director of Communications
+34 91 3540578
WWF/ADENA Gran Vía de San Francisco,
8 28005 Madrid
+34 91 354 05 78
+34 91 365 63 36
WWF Conservation Projects in Spain
West African Programme for Coastal and Marine Ecosystems
The Sahelian upwelling marine ecoregion, part of the larger Canary Current ecoregion, covers a coastline of more than 2,150km ranging from rocky cliff...
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...
Green Belt Programme: Addressing the Root Causes of Desertification
Forests throughout the Mediterranean region have been subject to severe degradation, leading to desertification and loss of habitat for key species. T...
Latest Spain News
Almost a third of all natural World Heritage Sites under threat of oil, gas and mining exploration
Investors warned to assess risk of backing extractive companies threatening sites.
APP’s double default on creditors
Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) has been accused of a “double default” on international ...
Markets drive conservation in Central Africa
Certification shows that commercial forestry can co-exist with conservation objectives in the Congo ...
WWF, Greenpeace call for suspension of bluefin fishery as tuna boats head to Libyan waters
With elements of the Mediterranean industrial bluefin tuna fleet already heading to exploit the ...
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 ...
Spain under spotlight over accelerating threats to Doñana heritage
Spain’s management of the renowned bird migration refuge at Doñana comes under review tomorrow, as ...
Bleak future for bluefin as tuna commission only marginally trims catches
"Wilfully blind" members of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas ...
Payback time for fleets stealing tuna from oceans
Countries which exceed fishing quotas on the rare East Atlantic tuna species should pay for their ...
World looks to ICCAT to overcome more than four decades of failure to save tuna
As the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) meets in Paris, the ...
Analysis nets holes in 2010 bluefin tuna catch data
New data seen by conservation organisations WWF and Greenpeace reveals that documentation for 2010 ...