Conservation news & stories
Volunteers restore wooded meadows on Saarenmaa island, Estonia
An international working camp has been restoring valuable wooded meadows in Estonia.
WWF and the Swedish Ecotourism Association appeal to all arctic travellers to support plans for ecotourism certification
A new certification programme for arctic ecotourism will help both arctic communities and the ...
Politics must not be allowed to scupper the European Commission
To prevent this year's review of the European Union's Common Fisheries Policy becoming a farce, the ...
Fish reform - Suspicion points to "friends of fishing"
WWF has written to European Commission President Romano Prodi, and Commissioner Franz Fischler, ...
New analysis shows economic benefits for Canada in meeting Kyoto Climate Treaty targets
A report released today indicates that reducing greenhouse gas emissions will benefit Canada's ...
PNG adopts bold blueprint for nature
The Papua New Guinea government has adopted ecoregions defined by WWF for the country's ...
Simple ways to help our planet
To celebrate Earth Day, WWF offers some simple suggestions on how everyone can do their part to ...
US Senate votes to protect the Arctic
The US Senate has blocked an amendment that would mandate oil drilling in the Arctic National ...
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 ...
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