Conservation news & stories
New plan to save declining great apes of Central Africa
Critical landscapes identified for the continued survival of the region’s great apes.
Mekong River dolphin death reduces Lao population to five
Urgent solutions needed to save one of the world’s most iconic species.
Tribunal throws lifeline to coastal states facing foreign vessel threats to fisheries
Countries facing depletion of their fisheries by foreign vessels have been thrown a lifeline, with ...
Millions unite to light the way on climate change
172 countries and territories, 24 hours, one goal
Earth Hour sweeps across the globe
Uniting the world on the climate challenge
Milestone in race to save species ten years from extinction
Four Yangtze finless porpoises were released into their new home today
Critical conference maintains global momentum to curb wildlife crime
31 governments reaffirmed their determination to scale up their response to the global poaching ...
World’s most productive river, food security for millions under threat
Development of dams on the Lower Mekong River could carry dangerous impacts
Reef 2050 plan a good start - but much more investment needed
WWF-Australia said the final Reef 2050 plan released today includes a number of good initiatives ...
Record ice low could quicken Arctic thaw
Arctic sea ice shrinks to the lowest winter extent ever recorded
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