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Microchips to protect rhinos in Kenya
WWF-Kenya hands over 1000 microchips and 5 scanners to the Kenya Wildlife Service today.
US President Barack Obama makes pledge to tackle wildlife crime during Africa visit
Obama announces US support for combating poaching and wildlife trafficking during visit to Africa.
Uganda unveils the world's first Earth Hour forest
Preparations across the globe kick off for Earth Hour 2013 with the creation of the world's first ...
Governments fall short on immediate efforts to curb illegal ivory trade at wildlife trade meeting
World governments at CITES opted against immediate trade sanctions against several countries that ...
WWF statement on rhinos at CITES
Carlos Drews in response to decisions from world governments to offer better protection for rhinos
New agreement between South Africa and Viet Nam - A turning point in tackling rhino poaching crisis, say WWF, TRAFFIC
A pivotal moment in efforts to tackle the current rhino poaching crisis took place today as the ...
Zimbabwe weighs cost of too many elephants
Zimbabwe weighs cost of too many elephants A herd of elephants hobbles past a cluster of acacia ...
Countries fail to protect endangered species from illegal trade
Poor performances by key countries are threatening the survival of wild rhinos, tigers and ...
AfDB and WWF to launch Africa Ecological Footprint Report
The African Development Bank (AfDB) and global conservation group WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) ...
Former WWF employee wins environmental prize for rhino conservation
On April 11, 2011 the Goldman Environmental Foundation announced the six recipients of the 2011 ...