Conservation news & stories
Icelandic wetlands threatened again with inundation
The Thjorsarver wetlands in the central highlands of Iceland have been threatened by hydropower ...
Southern right whales help their northern cousins
Satellite tagging of southern right whales has not only shown that the technology could be used to ...
Another win for Pacific whales!
Samoa is the latest Pacific Island nation to declare its waters a Whale Sanctuary.
Russia signs Stockholm POPs Convention
The Russian government today signed the Stockholm POPs Convention - a landmark treaty to phase out ...
Virunga National Park under siege from displaced people
WWF warns of massive destruction of Virunga National Park - Africa's oldest protected area - over ...
WWF asks governments to say 'no' to dubious timber
WWF urges EU ministers to include environmental and social criteria in their timber procurement ...
Whale meat again...
Despite decades of protection, more than half the great whale species remain endangered. The 54th ...
WWF: Be wary of illegal sale of endangered mountain gorilla babies
WWF has learnt with dismay of the slaughter of endangered mountain gorillas in the Parc National ...
Live Orange-necked Partridge found in Vietnam's Cat Tien National Park
An Orange-necked Partridge - an extremely rare pheasant endemic to southern Vietnam - was captured ...
Northern Ireland Government could save £54 million by 'going green'
A policy of green purchasing has been presented to the Northern Ireland government.
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