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A golden future...
Peru's new Tambopata National Reserve, deep in the Amazon jungle, is threatened by the spread of ...
New guide to trace origin of dumped fishing nets
A new guide from WWF allows easy identification of discarded fishing nets that litter Australia's ...
EU legislation for implementing Kyoto Climate Treaty is ready for approval
WWF is calling on EU Environment Ministers to support a proposal for an Emissions Trading Directive ...
Olympic win for Greek wetlands
Plans to develop one of Greece's coastal wetland areas into a canoe and rowing site for the 2004 ...
Business supports green electricity schemes
One third of medium and large businesses in five EU countries would switch to green electricity, if ...
Maui’s dolphin classification a positive step
The North Island Hector’s dolphin has been classified as a separate sub-species, Maui’s dolphin. ...
WWF initiates first European trade mission promoting renewable energy investment
The Philippines Energy Minister is leading a trade mission in the UK to promote investment ...
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" — ...
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