Conservation news & stories
Indonesia and UK sign world's first forest agreement
WWF welcomes the agreement between the UK and Indonesia to tackle illegal logging and the ...
WWF launches bold new action plan for the west of Australia
WWF-Australia will significantly increase its conservation activities in the west of Australia with ...
WWF welcomes Russian government's decision to start the process of ratifying the Kyoto Climate Treaty
The Russian Government's decision to start the process of ratification of the Kyoto climate treaty ...
Why development aid is not the same as poverty reduction
The UN Conference on Financing for Development in Monterrey, Mexico, did not come up with the ...
New WWF report says tuna farming will strike deathblow to Mediterranean tuna
WWF calls for a moratorium on the development of new tuna farms in the Mediterranean, until the ...
Convention on Biological Diversity: WWF demands a strong commitment to forest conservation
WWF looks to the Convention on Biological Diversity to help galvanize a serious commitment from ...
Illegal gravel processing compromises protected wetland in Switzerland
Illegal industrial activities in the Bolle di Magadino, southeastern Switzerland, are destroying ...
Fishing threatens world's rarest marine dolphin
New Zealand's North Island Hector's dolphins - of which only 100 still survive - are under renewed ...
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 ...
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