Conservation news & stories
Fishing threatens world's rarest marine dolphin
New Zealand's North Island Hector's dolphins - of which only 100 still survive - are under renewed ...
WWF welcomes Norsk Hydro's decision to postpone controversial Iceland aluminium smelter project
The Norwegian multinational company Norsk Hydro has indefinitely postponed plans to build a huge ...
Alpine nations urgently need to "fill in the gaps" in the Natura 2000 network
Seventy-five areas in the European Alps need to be added to the Natura 2000 network according to ...
Holidays abroad needn't cost the Earth
A new business tool allows the environmental impact of holidays to be assessed.
Research into chemicals in rivers "useless" unless industry acts
Oestrogens and other endocrine-disrupting chemicals discharged from sewerage treatment works could ...
Ratification of the Kyoto Climate Treaty - the progress so far
50 countries have now ratified the Kyoto Climate Treaty. However, there are a number of important ...
The genies of the Niger River
Along the Niger River, in the Sahel of West Africa, Bawa Ousmane Goah uses some unusual measures - ...
Brazilian community obtains FSC certification for their forest
A local community in Brazil is the first in the country to achieve FSC certification for their ...
Italy : one third of EU fishing subsidies not sustainable
At least one third of EU fishing subsidies to Italy have a negative impact on the environment says ...
Poachers caught in the Tubbataha Reef National Marine Park
Chinese poachers, many third-time offenders, were caught in the Tubbataha Reef National Marine ...
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