Conservation news & stories
The strength of Chinese nature
Given even the slightest relief from the abuses of humanity, nature has a tremendous ability to ...
European first in ecologically friendly palm oil
Switzerland's largest retail chain, Migros, in collaboration with WWF, today became the first ...
Erupting volcano near Goma affects humans, wildlife, WWF says
The eruption of Mount Nyiragongo has forced the residents of Goma (Democratic Republic of Congo) to ...
WWF urges the Turkish Ministry of Forestry to stop the slaughter of birds
WWF urges the Turkish Ministry of Forestry to cancel its decision to re-open the hunting season in ...
National standards needed to track effects of cold water pollution
In Australia, cold water released from dams is posing a major threat to rivers and the species that ...
Mexico Program Office web site wins national recognition
WWF Mexico's web site has been awarded the winning prize on the society category by Yahoo! Mexico ...
Siamese crocodiles re-introduced in Cat Tien National Park
No Siamese crocodiles had been seen in Cat Tien National Park for 7 years until the recent ...
No Norwegian wolf packs left, warns WWF
Preliminary figures from WWF show that there are no longer any intact wolf packs in Norway ...
Humpback whale matches signal breakthrough for WWF-Philippines research
New WWF research shows that humpback whales move between two breeding grounds in Japan and the ...
Hindu high priests and Adat leaders support turtle conservation
Hindu priests and Adat leaders working with WWF have taken a major step in helping turtle ...
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