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WWF report shows seafloor trawling is destroying Reef biodiversity
Seafloor trawling for prawns and scallops in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area is causing ...
WWF condemns plans to slaughter Malaysian tigers
WWF has condemned reported plans to kill tigers in northern Malaysia, and has offered to work with ...
Cleaning up energy
From air pollution to climate change and global warming, the burning of coal, oil, and gas for ...
WWF launches SOS Planet campaign for World Summit on Sustainable Development
WWF today launched a global multi-media campaign to urge political leaders to take action at the ...
Chemical related deformities in wildlife support fears for human health
WWF is calling for stricter controls on dangerous hormone-mimicking chemicals after a new report ...
WWF welcomes the Polish ratification of the Kyoto Climate Treaty
WWF welcomes Poland's decision to ratify the Kyoto Climate Treaty.
WWF signs MoU with Solomon Islands Government
The Government of Solomon Islands and WWF have signed an MoU to better integrate resource ...
Peace in Afghanistan requires good water management
The karez system of Afghanistan - an ancient and extensive system of underground irrigation tunnels ...
Organic cocoa exports in Europe
The first load of organic cocoa grown amid native trees, without agro-chemicals, was recently ...
WWF boat attacked by tuna farm workers
A boat carrying WWF and South-East Naturalist Association (ANSE) representatives, accompanied by a ...
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