Conservation news & stories
Governments must seize the opportunity to tackle climate change
With only 50 days of negotiations left for world leaders to produce a new global climate agreement ...
WWF: Scaled up renewables a viable solution to cutting dangerous emissions
Humanity is waking up to the damage that fossil fuels inflict on our planet and scientific evidence ...
Protection of Antarctica's seas put on ice
International talks have once again poured cold water on attempts to protect the conservation ...
Companies disclose ecological footprint of 82 million tonnes of pulp and paper
WWF recognizes the leadership in transparency of 25 of the world’s most important pulp and paper ...
Namibian government and people lauded for conservation successes
Windhoek, Namibia – WWF has recognized Namibia for its outstanding conservation achievements with a ...
Last chance for Ross Sea and East Antarctica protection
WWF is calling on the Antarctic commission to step up to its conservation commitments
UK government opposes Soco’s oil exploration in Virunga
Plans by Soco International PLC to explore for oil in a World Heritage Site have hit firm ...
Fish stock recovery given a fighting chance by European parliament
The European parliament voted against the reintroduction of subsidies for the building of new boats
Asian countries make historic pledge to save the ‘ghost of the mountain’
Representatives from Kyrgyzstan and 11 other Central and South Asian countries made a historic ...
Denmark recognized for inspiring leadership on climate and energy policies
Global conservation organization WWF has applauded Denmark’s ambitious climate achievements and its ...
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