Conservation news & stories
U.S. gets serious about climate change
A move by US President Barack Obama to reduce emissions from US-based power plants is the ...
Africa’s longest-known terrestrial wildlife migration discovered
Researchers have documented the longest-known terrestrial migration of wildlife in Africa
YouNesco seeks votes for UNESCO on Great Barrier Reef dredge spoil dumping plan
With UNESCO's World Heritage Committee meeting to consider the condition of the Great Barrier Reef ...
New era for environmental protection in Madagascar
Over 17 million hectares of land and marine area will be the focus of a new partnership
New fund a major boost for Amazon protection
The Brazilian government, WWF and partners have committed $215 million for the protection of a ...
Maui’s dolphin faces extinction unless action is taken now
The world’s rarest marine dolphin faces imminent extinction unless urgent action is taken to ...
Global freshwater conservation gains momentum among UN countries
Thirty-five member countries of the United Nations have now officially agreed to common guidelines ...
UNESCO warns against Virunga oil exploration
“Any oil exploitation inside the property would seriously affect its integrity,” UNESCO said.
WWF and Rewilding Europe begin the largest reintroduction of bison in Europe
After a 200 year absence the European bison has been returned to southern Romania.
Amazon survey investigates fish and communities in region targeted for hydropower development
A 12-day field survey of Brazil’s Juruena River will provide new information about the river’s ...
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