Conservation news & stories
965 Indus dolphins counted in latest survey
They're blind, they swim on their side, and they are found nowhere else in the world: a census of ...
Swimming against the tide
Greater cooperation between the countries of the Caribbean is urgently needed to stem the tide of ...
Iceland: will Norsk Hydro support wilderness destruction?
The multinational company Norsk Hydro could become an accomplice in the destruction of one of ...
Mystery of the Monarch butterflies solved
The death of thousands of Monarch butterflies was due to deforestation and cold, not pesticides as ...
WWF-Switzerland awarded ISO Certificate
WWF-Switzerland has been awarded the coveted ISO-14001 Certificate. Now their challenge is to ...
Iceland provides hope to Russia's eastern frontier
Kamchatka, an isolated peninsula on Russia's eastern coast, is now looking at natural solutions to ...
FSC certified area in the Brazilian Amazon doubles
The certification - under the principles of the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) - of 140,658 ...
Europe set to lead the way to a hydrogen-based fuel economy
Iceland could become the first modern economy in the world to run free of fossil fuels according to ...
WWF working to save the Iberian lynx
The Iberian lynx, the most endangered cat species, as well as the only endemic large carnivore in ...
The Danube River needs support now says WWF
Commitments made at a successful Danube-Carpathian summit on conservation and sustainable ...
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