Conservation news & stories
EU leaders out of touch with climate reality
EU fails to set ambitious emissions reduction targets
Alpine lifelines on the brink
Only one in ten Alpine rivers are healthy enough to maintain water supply and to cope with climate ...
WWF Statement on the Convention on Biological Diversity COP-12
WWF welcomes the outcomes of CBD COP-12 in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Important steps were taken to ...
WWF statement on .ECO award
.ECO goes to a community of global environmental groups
Thailand in the spotlight over national plan to control ivory trade
Thailand’s national ivory action plan submitted on 30 September to a global wildlife trade body is ...
TEDxWWF: global thought leaders head to Brussels to share sustainability insights
Brussels will host the world-renowned TEDxWWF conference on the theme ‘One Planet Living’
Mediterranean bluefin tuna stock improving but caution still needed, say scientists
WWF remains cautiously optimistic at the close of the ICCAT scientists’ meeting to assess the ...
With wildlife populations cut in half, governments need to redouble efforts
UN report shows serious action is required to protect global biodiversity
WWF welcomes improved MSC fisheries standard
WWF has welcomed a revised and improved Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) sustainable ...
Solutions still in reach as world biodiversity suffers major decline
Global wildlife populations have declined by more than half in just 40 years as measured in WWF's ...
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