Conservation news & stories
Rich countries sweep billions in public finance for coal under the rug as climate deadlines loom
Developed country governments have channelled more than US$73 billion of public money into coal ...
Negotiating climate success begins in Bonn
Governments meet to shape a safer future
UNESCO puts Australia on probation over reef health
Draft World Heritage decision says Australia must “rigorously implement all of its commitments.”
China planning to phase out domestic ivory market
Government will eventually close down world's largest ivory market
Amur tiger numbers on the rise, say latest figures
The population of the Amur tiger in Russia has increased to as many as 540 individuals over the ...
Development decisions made today will fundamentally alter Africa’s ecological future
WWF and the African Development Bank today launched the 2015 African Ecological Futures report, ...
139 bizarre and beautiful new species discovered in Greater Mekong region
An incredible 139 new species were discovered in the Greater Mekong region in 2014.
Japan must stop killing whale science
The illegitimate killing of whales in the name of science must be rejected, WWF says.
Agricultural standards can do more to mitigate risk in commodity production
New WWF report looks sustainability standards and the root causes of water risks
WWF: Average EU citizen consumes 61 kg of soy per year, most from soy embedded in meat, dairy, eggs and fish
A new research report commissioned by WWF concluded that the average EU citizen consumes 61 kg of ...
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