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EU bid for Senegalese fisheries alarms WWF
The European Union's bid for a 60 percent increase in fishing access rights in already ...
Golden primate swings back from the brink
The Golden Lion Tamarin now has a real chance of survival with a recent birth bringing to 1,000 ...
Bottled Water Consumption Soars As State of Rivers Declines
On World Water Day, WWF has warned that the rivers and lakes that provide our tap water are ...
Just ten companies can help save the world's forests, a new WWF report shows
If managed correctly, one fifth of the world's forests could provide the industrial wood and wood ...
Destruction of the Mediterranean by mass tourism poses a challenge for industry, warns WWF
As the ITB, the leading trade fair for the global tourism industry, opens in Berlin, WWF, the ...
Despite increased protection of global forests,WWF warns key areas still seriously threatened
Though 10 percent of the world's forests are protected, new research shows that the world's ten ...
People and nature in danger if dam recommendations not implemented says WWF
WWF has warned that unless a series of tangible steps are taken on dams, up to 10 million people ...
Governments recognize stunning scale of climate change impacts
As the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change concludes its meeting, for the first time, ...
Giant Panda not yet out of the woods, says WWF
The disappearance and fragmentation of its rugged mountain forest home are the major threats to the ...
WWF joins howls of protest as wolf hunt gets final go-ahead
Following Norway's decision to begin a wolf-hunt, WWF has urged the government to stop the kill.