Conservation news & stories
Report suggests China's massive water transfer project is not worth the cost
Beijing, China: As the Central Government prepares to make its decision on whether to go ahead with ...
Hope for the North Island Hector's Dolphin
WWF welcomes the New Zealand Government's management plan for the North Island Hector's dolphin - ...
Grey seals finally get a good day's rest!
WWF Finland has succeeded in its long fight to persuade the Finnish government to establish ...
Illegal fishing continues to threaten Patagonian Toothfish
Sydney, Australia, 14 August, 2001 -- The future of the Patagonian Toothfish and the highly ...
WWF conservation success stories
On 11 September, WWF will celebrate its 40th anniversary. Over the coming month, the story of the ...
Forest-owners initiate anti-wolf campaign
Two of Norway's largest forest owner associations, have initiated a campaign to make the wolf ...
INCA/WWF win Icelandic hydropower battle
Conservation organizations in Iceland have won the battle over the massive Karahnukar Hydropower ...
WWF celebrates 40 years of conservation
The message was clear enough: DOOMED ran the headline in the UK's Daily Mirror "shock issue" on 9 ...
Saving dolphins and whales in the Med
WWF has been instrumental in setting up a sanctuary for the tens of thousands of dolphins and ...
Semi-arid biodiversity ... far from a dry issue
Almost 50 per cent of the world's surface area is covered by drylands which hold enormously ...
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