Conservation news & stories
Ray of hope for critically endangered Mekong dolphin but mega-dams threaten its chances of survival
A new population survey gives hope for Irrawaddy dolphin recovery in the Mekong
WWF´s Environmental Paper Company Index shows continual improvement by leading pulp and paper producers
Gland, Switzerland — The WWF Environmental Paper Company Index (EPCI) 2015 shows a positive trend.
Country climate pledges a starting point; much more needed to tackle gaps in climate action
UNFCCC release report on climate pledges
Climate baton passes to world leaders
Fundamental issues still need to be resolved
Climate change could push snow leopards over the edge
Warming world threatens endangered big cat and water supplies for millions of people
Environmental Investigation Agency report outlines illegalities by major European wood processor in Romania
WWF lodges complaint under European timber regulation after report documents widespread ...
New census critical for mountain gorillas in Virunga
Conservationists hopeful that count will show population is continuing to rise
Hundreds of new species discovered in the fragile Eastern Himalayan region
Over 200 new species discovered in the Eastern Himalayas.
Almost a third of all natural World Heritage Sites under threat of oil, gas and mining exploration
Investors warned to assess risk of backing extractive companies threatening sites.
Shell cuts losses, abandons Arctic drilling
WWF welcomes decision to cease exploration in offshore Alaska
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