Conservation news & stories
Thousands of ducks threatened by oiling in the Baltic, WWF says
Following the collision of tanker and freighter outside the Darss peninsula, the Baltic sea is ...
The Niger River-- four ecoregions, one refuge
WWF is joining with local and international partners to save Africa's third longest river.
Nepal Rhino Translocation Gets Underway
A rhino translocation operation got underway earlier this week in Nepal, targeting five of the ...
Business backs ecolabel
Decospan, Europe's biggest manufacturer of veneer panelling, announced today it will buy as many ...
Table Mountain Fund going from strength to strength
The Table Mountain Fund was established in 1993 by WWF-South Africa. When it was launched by Sir ...
A Race Against Time to Save Europe's Nature: The Habitats Directive
The Habitats Directive can play a vital role in Europe's race against time to save its endangered ...
WWF Concern at Sinking Oil Rig off Brazilian Coast
WWF expresses its concern at the series of oil spills caused by the Brazilian oil company, ...
Forest conservation number one priority for residents of the Amazon, WWF survey shows
On the eve of World Forest Day, the results of a survey by WWF-Brazil and ISER (a Rio de ...
WWF and JR East "Eco-train" to circulate in the centre of Tokyo
WWF-Japan and JR East*, the Japanese railway giant, will run an "Eco-train 2001" on the Yamanote ...
WWF Director General protests move to degazette Kenyan forests
WWF's Director General, Dr Claude Martin earlier this week wrote to the Government of Kenya ...
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