Conservation news & stories
WWF proposes a sustainable solution to the Wloclawek dam problem
A new WWF study has shown that building a new dam on the Vistula river is likely to create more ...
On the ground, and in the water: Batangas Bay pioneers community-based oil spill response teams
With the support of WWF-Philippines, the first ever community-based Oil Spill Management Training ...
New conservation strategy to protect monarch butterfly winter habitat in Mexico
A new initiative is involving local communities in conservation of the winter habitat of millions ...
Iceland's Environment Minister gives green light to hydro power project - serious setback for conservation
The ruling of Iceland's environment minister, in favour of the controversial Karahnukar Hydro Power ...
Mahogany extraction may get worse due to new governmental rules in Brazil
WWF urges Brazilian government to modify its resolutions and not turn certification mandatory
Cameroon: New plant species discovered in Korup National Park
A field botanist came across a very odd looking little plant growing in the leaf litter of the ...
Fish quotas: stocks in dire state
WWF urges EU Fisheries Ministers, meeting today to decide on fishing quotas for next year, to ...
WWF launches new website and brochure on sustainability assessments
WWF today launched a new website and brochure on Sustainability Assessments (SAs) of trade. ...
Year of the Mountains 2002 - last hope for the Alps?
WWF calls on alpine countries to address their obligation to conserve the Alps
Black Rhino deaths in Kenya need urgent response, WWF says
WWF is very concerned at the death of 4 endangered black rhinos in Tsavo East National Park in ...
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