Conservation news & stories
Dolphin deaths highlight continued threat to Galapagos Marine Reserve from illegal fishing
WWF calls on US Congress to block tariff reductions on Ecuadorian tuna if illegal industrial ...
Alcoa and Iceland government to proceed with controversial smelter and hydropower development
WWF today vowed to continue to press for a national park in Iceland and condemned Alcoa and the ...
Reef protection debate must not become bogged down in figures
WWF Australia is calling for debate over increased protection of the Great Barrier Reef.
Forest fires threaten Mediterranean forests
Each year, fires in the Mediterranean burn an area the size of Crete. WWF is asking that more be ...
Pipe dreams for Spain's water
The Spanish government's plans to pipe water from the north of the country to the more arid south ...
Polish businesses protect against climate change
Companies belonging to WWF Poland's Corporate Club today joined the e-mission 55 initiative to ...
WWF marine video scoops gold award
A WWF conservation documentary has won a gold award at the Zanzibar International Film Festival.
WWF backs plans to stop mad-CAP farming
WWF welcomes proposals for reform of the EU's Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) that favour better ...
Humanity's footprint is crushing the Earth
Humanity's use of natural resources has exceeded the regenerative capacity of the Earth for the ...
Japanese tuna-breeding experiments may not provide solutions
Tuna-breeding experiments may not provide immediate or long-term solutions, warns WWF.
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