Conservation news & stories
Birds flock back to Donana
Three years ago toxic waste spewed into the Doñana nature reserve from a mine accident. A massive ...
Campaign against plastics bears fruit
A campaign launched three years ago to rid the pristine beauty of India's Andaman and Nicobar ...
Scriptwriters aid effort to curb bushmeat trade
The campaign against bushmeat trade in Cameroon received a boost recently when three winners in a ...
A fund to care for China's lesser known animals and plants
With its "China Conservation Small Grants Fund", supported by Novozymes, the world's leading ...
Steps needed to address illegal exploitation of sturgeon
A meeting of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora ...
Albatrosses and petrels given a real chance for survival
WWF-Australia has described a new international agreement, signed in Canberra today by 23 nations, ...
EU olive subsidies driving Mediterranean to ruin
Desertification, habitat loss and soil erosion in Spain, Italy, Portugal and Greece are caused by ...
Toxic spill may threaten Malaysian dugongs
WWF Malaysia today called on national authorities to look into the risk of dugongs (sea cows) being ...
Hopes now higher for completing Kyoto Climate Treaty
WWF, the conservation organization, commended European leaders for their commitment today to ...
WWF welcomes jailing of reptile smuggler
WWF believes that the world's endangered species are one small step safer with the recent ...
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