Conservation news & stories
Scottish lobster fishery receives MSC label for sustainability
Scotland's Loch Torridon Nephrops, or Norway lobster, fishery has become the seventh fishery to be ...
Brazilian consumers can now buy certified timber
The opening of Latin America's first retail store to sell FSC-certified timberwood in São Paulo, ...
Chile's Coastal Range Road rerouted!
The ancient rainforests of southern Chile have been saved from a damaging new road.
Ganges River survey shows urgent need to help river dolphins
A new survey of the Ganges river dolphin in India shows that although the population in one river ...
Mountains and Balloons — celebrating the beauty of the Austrian Alps
The end of WWF-Austria's year-long campaign to save the last wilderness areas of the Austrian Alps ...
WWF-Turkey goes to court to protect Gediz Delta
WWF-Turkey has initiated a court case against Turkey's Ministry of Culture to protect Gediz Delta, ...
Birds from Hong Kong's Mai Po spotted in Australia
Two curlew sandpipers tagged from Mai Po, Hong Kong, in spring 2001 were sighted in Australia — ...
Poverty reduction and biodiversity conservation: the complex role for intensifying agriculture
A new publication from WWF confronts the dilemma of using agricultural intensification to raise ...
Climate change "fingerprint" shows that global warming is affecting species
Two articles published in this week's issue of Nature provide evidence that global warming is ...
WWF’s internet polar bears are pregnant
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