Conservation news & stories
Order to shoot Malaysian tigers called off!
The Chief Minister of Kelantan has called off his order to shoot and kill all tigers in the Tanah ...
European fishermen call for reform of the Common Fisheries Policy
WWF today presented the results of a hearing aimed at showing European Ministers the extent of ...
The secret life of the Javan rhino
Javan rhinos are one of the rarest large mammals in the world, with fewer than 70 individuals ...
Gabon announces creation of 13 National Parks
Gabon's President, His Excellency El Hadj Omar Bongo, confirmed the creation of 13 national parks ...
Sea turtle conservation in Cambodia takes first big step
The protection of endangered marine turtle species took a major step forward in Cambodia this week.
The future of multilateralism
The World Summit on Sustainable Development has failed to come up with a comprehensive action plan ...
Plan of Implementation at the WSSD
The last round of Ministerial meetings have begun at the Johannesburg Earth Summit - with a number ...
WWF welcomes Norwegian government decision to say "No" to dumping CO2 in sea
WWF has congratulated the Norwegian Government for its decision to withdraw permission to an ...
Changing the business climate
Critics of the Kyoto Climate Treaty argue that its targets and timelines for reducing greenhouse ...
Pacific Coast tourism increases pressure on forest watershed
Mexico's Pacific coast tourism will increase pressure on its inland forest watershed. WWF is ...
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