Conservation news & stories
Caviar from endangered sturgeon not suitable for Christmas
Caviar should be crossed off Christmas gift lists whenever possible to give highly endangered ...
Local pressure mounts against oil in Virunga
Citizens concerned about Soco's planned oil exploration in Virunga National Park are asking for ...
Global community puts forests first with milestone decision: REDD+ a reality
Major victory for tropical forest nations as finance unlocked for REDD+
WWF pays tribute to former president Nelson Mandela
WWF is deeply saddened by the news of former president Nelson Mandela’s passing. We express our ...
Leaders commit to conservation measures at Polar Bear Forum
Commitments made at the International Forum on Polar Bear Conservation to help species.
WWF applauds country initiatives against harmful fisheries subsidies
Global environmental organisation WWF has applauded an initiative from more than a dozen ...
Elephant poaching remains alarmingly high despite modest decline
UN data shows 22,000 elephants killed in 2012, down from 25,000 in 2011, but still far too many.
Key agreement in South-Eastern Europe puts natural capital at the heart of economic development
Eight countries endorse the protection of the Adria region
Global sustainable business chief awarded top WWF colours
Chief Executive Officer of international consumer goods group Unilever, has been awarded the 2013 ...
Europe’s biofuels not guaranteed sustainable, finds new study
A WWF analysis has shown that the standards used to assess biofuel sources fall well short of ...
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