Conservation news & stories
Fiji’s first marine conservation area officially gazetted
A new marine protected area in Fiji allows communities to develop their own management plans for ...
The next sabre tooth?
The snow leopard is just as endangered as the tiger, but it's shy nature keeps it out of sight and ...
Scotland's cold-water coral at risk
Government inaction on trawlers threatens to destroy the Darwin Mounds — unique cold-water coral ...
Poachers nabbed in Achanakmar Sanctuary
Thanks to support from WWF, India's Achanakmar Sanctuary sheds its image of being a poacher's ...
Last chance saloon?
Illegal trade threatens the survival of many species — and you and I are often the unwitting final ...
More delays mean more dolphin deaths
New Zealand's fishing season opened on 1 October, but the world's smallest and rarest marine ...
WWF studies show need for better barbary deer monitoring
The finding of barbary deer outside fenced reserves in Tunisia shows the need to monitor this ...
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 ...
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