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Half of plant and animal species at risk from climate change in world’s most important natural places
The Amazon, Miombo Woodlands in Southern Africa, and south-west Australia will be among the most ...
Cape Town water crisis: Michael Bloomberg on Ground Zero as Day Zero is pushed back
U.N. Special Envoy for Climate Action, Michael Bloomberg, visits the Theewaterskloof Dam, supplying ...
Mondi joins WWF’s Climate Savers business leadership programme
Global packaging and paper group adopts 2050 science-based targets to limit global temperature rise ...
Project Extraordinary: A novel challenge to ‘make sustainability sexy’
WWF-New Zealand and WiLD Studios have launched a global video challenge to encourage the world’s ...
Hong Kong Ivory Ban is Now Law: WWF Says it’s Time to Close All Asian Illegal Wildlife Markets
A ban on the domestic ivory trade with no compensation by 2021 and an increase in the maximum ...
Bulgarian government silently moves to open almost half of Pirin National Park to construction despite public concerns
The decision was announced a few days before Bulgaria takes over the Presidency of the European ...
From Sweden to Russia: European bison travel over 2,000 km as part of reintroduction efforts
The largest ‘herd travel’ of its kind is part of efforts to help re-establish bison populations and ...
WWF welcomes China’s national carbon emission trading system
China’s nationwide carbon emission trading system marks an important step toward promoting a low ...
TRAFFIC Study: Japan’s ivory market must close
Well-organized transnational criminal networks and a poorly regulated domestic market are among the ...
Over 100 new species discovered in Southeast Asia's Greater Mekong region
Scientists from universities, conservation organisations and research institutes around the world ...
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