Conservation news & stories
Governments must restore forests for the world's poor
WWF and IUCN are calling on governments attending the second UN Forum on Forests to commit to ...
Go for Kyoto and not back to zero
WWF, Greenpeace and Climate Action Network-Europe are strongly urging European environmental ...
Reversal of Federal trawl decision a bitter blow for Reef protection
WWF has expressed frustration at the reversal of a federal decision to ban trawling in parts of the ...
A new partnership to protect freshwater
WWF and HSBC, one of the largest banking and financial services organizations in the world, have ...
Let's hear it from the frogs!
The African frogs are in trouble! Luckily, the Southern African Frog Atlas Project is coming to the ...
WWF launches an anti-flood campaign in Poland
WWF, with support from the WWF Corporate Club in Poland, is starting a cross-Poland anti-flood ...
West Africa takes a leap forward for freshwater conservation
The Government of Guinea has announced the designation of the second largest wetlands protected ...
One million illegal wildlife items seized at UK ports and airports
WWF launches a new campaign in the UK to combat the flourishing illegal wildlife trade there.
WWF dismayed by expected White House climate change policy
The climate change policy that the Bush Administration is expected to announce today is a ...
Australia: trawl closure will stop fish kills lining local beaches
WWF has supported the Australian Federal Government�s recent decision to ban inshore trawling off ...
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