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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 ...
WWF to support livelihoods projects in Bhutan
WWF has signed agreements with the Royal Government of Bhutan to support two projects.
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