Conservation news & stories
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 ...
Estonia: Success for FSC in Eastern Europe
Over one million hectares of state forests managed by the Estonian State Forest Management Center ...
Turtle poaching in Philippine marine park
Four Chinese fishing vessels have been recently apprehended for poaching of sea turtles inside the ...
WWF launches Mediterranean website
The Mediterranean Programme Office recently launched its website as a supporting tool for its ...
China makes massive new commitment to wetlands protection
WWF today welcomed the Chinese government's launch of one of the largest wetland conservation and ...
New Danube shipping routes ecologically and economically dangerous says WWF
The new shipping plans for the Danube river should be halted immediately according to a new WWF ...
Four more from Cuba for World Wetlands Day 2002
For World Wetlands Day, Cuba is preparing to nominate another four wetlands sites.
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