Conservation news & stories
Vulnerable Thailand could be a key player in saving Kyoto Climate Treaty
A public meeting on climate change organised today by the Centre for Ecological Economics (CEE), ...
New partnership brings collaborative approach
WWF, the conservation organization, last week joined efforts with Global Water Partnership-Poland ...
Water hyacinth threatens 100,000 square kilometres of Indonesia wetlands
WWF's Tropical Wetlands Oceania programme is to support efforts to eradicate the water hyacinth ...
Businesses support Kyoto Climate Treaty
WWF, the conservation organization, welcomes today's call on governments by more than 90 companies ...
Finland soon to have a FSC national standard
The certification of Finnish forests according to a national FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) ...
Norwegian government fails at wild salmon management
'It's now or never,' says CEO at WWF-Norway, Rasmus Hansson. 'The government's dedication to wild ...
Belgium's EU Presidency has to live up to the challenge of leadership
This month Belgium takes over the Presidency of the European Union for the next half-year. It does ...
WWF wins important contract to manage two national parks
WWF, the conservation organization, has been hired by the governments of two Pakistani states to ...
Race to save EU species too slow
Europe risks losing the race to protect Europe's threatened species and habitats unless member ...
New proposals could secure Kyoto Climate Agreement
New proposals on rules for operating the Kyoto Protocol create a good opportunity for finally ...
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