Conservation news & stories
“Business as usual” emissions may mean starvation, cub loss for polar bears
Climate change is threatening critical Arctic sea ice ecosystems, according to a new report, ...
Lima talks to test political will for global climate deal
Why COP20 will be a key moment in climate negotiations
Palm oil sustainability body to expel non-compliant companies
Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil to expel member companies that have failed to keep even their ...
Green Climate Fund pledges increase political momentum for global climate agreement
Over US$1 billion pledged to fund climate projects in developing countries
Celebrating parks, the planet and people
A once-per-decade meeting on the state of the world’s protected natural areas ended today.....
Mediterranean bluefin tuna: quota increase too much too soon
WWF expresses concern over the rapid increase agreed for the Mediterranean bluefin tuna fishing ...
WWF honours lifelong commitment to nature
WWF has presented the 2014 Duke of Edinburgh Conservation Award to noted British conservationist ...
China, US send powerful signal to global climate talks
World’s biggest carbon emitters set emissions reduction targets
Historic advances in international shark and ray conservation
Twenty-one species of shark and ray have received increased international protection
Mediterranean bluefin tuna will recover if conservation ambition remains high
As the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) opens its 19th ...
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