Conservation news & stories
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 ...
New wave of flamingo deaths worries scientists
Nairobi, Kenya: The spectacular lesser flamingos in Kenya's Lake Bogoria and Lake Nakuru are dying ...
Two Swiss women and WWF launch the first FSC residential district in the world
The first Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certified residential district in the world is being ...
WWF-Brazil urges: collect stamps, not parrots
Brazil's parrots who are captured for their beauty and threatened by habitat loss now feature on a ...
Polar bears in climate protest
WWF activists today protested outside the EU Environment Council demanding an unequivocal ...
First national coastal park created in Argentine Patagonia
The first steps towards the creation of Argentina's first national coastal park were accomplished ...
Innovative GIS project model for the natural and cultural mapping of wetlands
In 1999, WWF helped set up a project that represented a unique marriage between Aboriginal ...
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