Conservation news & stories
Sámi student activist recognized with top international youth conservation award
Svolvær, Norway: Swedish youth conservation leader and indigenous people’s advocate Isak Utsi has ...
Indian Ocean Tuna Commission adopts controversial limits to use of fish aggregating devices
Indian Ocean Tuna Commission (IOTC) adopt controversially high limits on numbers of Fish ...
Prestigious award to Malaysia for plans to protect one million hectares of ocean
WWF presented its prestigious Leaders for a Living Planet Award to the state government of Sabah in ...
Over 80% of future deforestation confined to just 11 places
Eleven places in the world will account for over 80 per cent of forest loss globally by 2030.
Statement in reaction to Nepal earthquake
Thoughts and prayers to those impacted by disaster
Ocean wealth valued at US$24 trillion, but sinking fast
The value of the ocean’s riches rivals the size of the world’s leading economies
Virunga National Park: Intact for nine decades, now more threatened than ever
Africa’s first national park, Virunga, is 90 years old today. While we celebrate this milestone ...
Seoul succeeds in WWF’s Earth Hour City Challenge 2015
South Korea's capital shines a light on climate change and renewable energy
New plan to save declining great apes of Central Africa
Critical landscapes identified for the continued survival of the region’s great apes.
Mekong River dolphin death reduces Lao population to five
Urgent solutions needed to save one of the world’s most iconic species.
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