Conservation news & stories
Dirty driftnet fishing continues in European waters
Despite being banned this year, driftnet fishing is still being used in European waters — and still ...
Confiscated turtles go back to the sea
Indonesian government officers have released 111 live green turtles (Chelonia mydas) confiscated ...
Australia declares marine reserve in Antarctic waters
The Australian government has declared a 6.5 million ha marine reserve in Antarctic waters — the ...
A Sporting Chance for Kamchatka's Forests
Once used merely as the exercise camp for the Russian Winter Olympics team, Golubye Ozera Park is ...
Hunger in the midst of riches
At the same time as millions go hungry in Angola, the European Commission recently renewed its ...
Vietnam's coral reef biodiversity richer than previously thought
Recent surveys of Vietnam's coral reefs found that their biodiversity is much greater than ...
Mediterranean NGOs launch call for action against uncontrolled tuna farming
WWF and other Mediterranean environmental NGOs have called for action against unregulated tuna ...
Reduced poaching sentences shortchange Filipinos
One hundred and seventeen Chinese nationals caught poaching in Philippine waters last February have ...
Hope for great apes in the Congo
As Rwandan troops continue to withdraw from the Democratic Republic of Congo and hopes of peace ...
Green electricity that really is green
Many consumers are choosing green electricity over electricity produced by traditional, polluting ...
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