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Groundbreaking analysis shows China's renewable energy future within reach
By embracing conservation measures and renewable energy, China can transition to an 80 ...
Satellite tracking identifies risk zones for leatherback turtles
The last large populations of the leatherback turtle are at risk, a new study shows.
Earth Hour and Spider-Man Join Forces to Save the Planet
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH, 2014: In a first of its kind partnership, Spider-Man will be the first ...
WWF Report: Noisy oceans dampening whale romance
A new report from WWF details the problems increasingly noisy oceans are creating for whales. Those ...
Major victory in conservation battle against oil company
Serious allegations against Soco validated by OECD agency
Governments commit to decisive and urgent action to tackle global wildlife poaching crisis
Heads of state, ministers and high level representatives of 46 countries, today committed to taking ...
London wildlife trade conference an opportunity for action
World leaders should come prepared to take strong action when they attend this week’s London ...
Virunga activist refuses to be silent about oil threat
DRC anti-oil activist speaks out about saving Virunga from Soco
Dr Marco Lambertini named Director General of WWF International
WWF announced today the appointment of Dr Marco Lambertini as Director General of WWF ...
France destroys illegal ivory
France today destroyed three tonnes of seized ivory
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