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WWF 'polar bears' call for leadership
WWF staff dressed as polar bears today challenged the world's environment Ministers to prove that ...
Japan undermines the IWC, WWF says
According to media reports, a Japanese official has admitted that his country is buying votes in ...
WWF-Norway asks for justification for wolf cull
As another license is issued to cull Norway's much-maligned wolves, WWF-Norway has questioned the ...
Great Barrier Reef pollution report backed by science
Brisbane, Australia: WWF-Australia refutes criticism by Queensland's sugar cane industry of its ...
New campaign seeks to protect Spain's much-loved southern coast
Mediterranean Coast, Spain- From the Ancient Greeks to modern times, the Mediterranean has hosted ...
Prosecute those who ignore the 'no-burning' ban, says WWF
WWF Malaysia today called on the authorities to be very firm in prosecuting companies or ...
Vulnerable Thailand could be a key player in saving Kyoto Climate Treaty
A public meeting on climate change organised today by the Centre for Ecological Economics (CEE), ...
New partnership brings collaborative approach
WWF, the conservation organization, last week joined efforts with Global Water Partnership-Poland ...
Water hyacinth threatens 100,000 square kilometres of Indonesia wetlands
WWF's Tropical Wetlands Oceania programme is to support efforts to eradicate the water hyacinth ...
Businesses support Kyoto Climate Treaty
WWF, the conservation organization, welcomes today's call on governments by more than 90 companies ...
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