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WWF launches strategy to protect remaining 567 Vaquitas
WWF and other partners today launched a plan to protect the 567 Vaquitas that remain in the wild.
WWF condemns Japanese expansion of whaling to endangered species
WWF calls on Japan to abandon plans to capture up to 50 endangered Sei whales.
G-7 nations and China must halt the import of illegal timber from the Russian Far East, WWF
One of the world's biggest forest wilderness areas could be lost within 5 years if the rate of ...
Protect Europe's coral reefs from industrial fishing says WWF
WWF is calling for the EU to protect its deep-water coral reefs that are being severely damaged by ...
WWF launches plan to save the harbour porpoise
The harbour porpoise could become extinct unless governments adopt measures proposed by WWF in its ...
Tuna farming a major threat for already over-fished wild tuna in the Mediterranean, warns WWF
WWF today warned that a massive expansion in tuna farming threatens to decimate the already ...
Killer algae identified as the probable cause of massive fish die-off in Kenyan waters, WWF says
The killer organism, probably responsible for the deaths of thousands of fish and hundreds of other ...
WWF launches ratification campaign for Kyoto Climate Treaty
WWF today launches a 200-day campaign targeting the 25 countries that can turn the Kyoto climate ...
WWF finds record number of species in highly threatened Indonesian forest
A new survey done by WWF has found that the tropical forest of Tesso Nilo, on the island of ...
WWF concerned by massive fish die-off in Kenyan waters
WWF is highly concerned by massive fish deaths off the Northern shore of Kenya, and suspects it is ...