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WWF playing a big role in 'Green Week'
WWF will take centre stage in the European Commission's prestigious 'Green Week' opening today in ...
US isolated in Kyoto Protocol negotiations after latest ministerial meeting
Over 40 environment ministers met in New York on 21 April to continue discussions on the Kyoto ...
Bush Support for Toxic Chemicals Treaty is a Good Start, WWF Says
Washington--WWF praised President Bush's announcement that he will sign the treaty on persistent ...
Europe's Rivers Ready for Revival
Rivers in EU and accession countries will have to be revived and restored to a more natural state ...
NGOs unite to defend Brazil's forests
Brasilia (18 April 2001) - A new phase of the SOS Forest Campaign was launched yesterday to stop ...
Summit on Environment and Sustainable Development in the Carpathian and Danube Region
The Summit on Environment and Sustainable Development in the Carpathian and Danube Region will be ...
Urgent action needed to curb harmful chemicals
Every adult is walking around with literally dozens of man-made chemicals in their body. Several ...
Kyoto Climate Talks Live On Under New Proposal
New proposals for governments to break the current deadlock in international talks on global ...
Swedish government fails to protect porpoises
WWF and two Swedish NGOs, the Swedish Society for the Marine Environment (S-MAR), and Swedish ...
The death knell sounds for a lake
Twenty years ago, chrystal clear mountain rivers flowed into Kenya's Lake Nakuru. Today, poor ...
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