Conservation news & stories
University students campaign to protect China's wetlands
Students from 10 universities across China will take part in a campaign this summer to protect ...
Resort threatens coral reef
Developers are planning to build a resort to cater for over 2500 people in the heart of Australia's ...
Pirate fishing of devastated fish stocks must stop
WWF welcomes efforts by Australia to halt pirate fishing of toothfish in the Antarctic ocean.
WWF celebrates signing of historic international wetlands conservation agreement
WWF today celebrated the signing of an historic international wetlands conservation agreement ...
A call to action for the planet
The second week of negotiations in the fourth and final preparatory meeting for the upcoming World ...
Japan's decision to ratify Kyoto Climate Treaty increases pressure on Canada
WWF, the conservation organization, described Japan's decision today to ratify the Kyoto Protocol ...
Rome's colosseum for sale?
Under a new proposed law, Italy's environmental and artistic treasures could be used as collateral ...
EU delivery marks important achievement in Climate Treaty process
WWF congratulates the European Union on completing ratification of the Kyoto Protocol and ...
Icelandic wetlands threatened again with inundation
The Thjorsarver wetlands in the central highlands of Iceland have been threatened by hydropower ...
Southern right whales help their northern cousins
Satellite tagging of southern right whales has not only shown that the technology could be used to ...
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