Conservation news & stories
Bad weather fuelled by oil – the connection between the Spanish oil spill and climate change
While WWF volunteers and others are leading a dramatic battle against an oil slick once more and ...
Why was the Prestige in such a sensitive marine area?
Many questions need to be answered about the Prestige spill. But there's one that has not been so ...
Saharan fruit-growing, foggara style
A human-made wetland in the Sahara desert is a showcase of "Wetlands: water, life, and culture" — ...
Spain cops out of Ramsar opening ceremony amidst water controversy
WWF, Ecologistas en Accion, Greenpeace, and SEO/Birdlife International are asking Spain to explain ...
WWF honoured at Ramsar Awards
WWF and with three other organizations were awarded for work to conserve floodplains in Slovakia, ...
Mexico’s most valuable forest ecoregions protected by local people
WWF recognises the conservation efforts made by eight communities in Oaxaca, Mexico, as a Gift to ...
Croatia certifies all 2 million hectares of state-owned forests
WWF applauds Croatia’s initiative towards responsible forest management through certification of ...
WWF and Italian fishermen sign agreement for sustainable fisheries
WWF and a major Italian fishermen’s association, "AGCI pesca", have signed an agreement for ...
The Ramsar Convention on Wetlands: not just for the birds
Freshwater is perhaps the most important resource on Earth. Despite this, few global agreements on ...
US groups stand up for EU chemicals policy; call on Bush to 'cease and desist' undermining reform
Environmental, public health, and labour groups in the US joined together today to denounce their ...
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