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WWF launches EU Accession Initiative
WWF today launched a three-year EU Accession Initiative aiming to raise awareness on the threats ...
Former Secretary-General of the Commonwealth to head WWF
WWF is delighted to annunce and welcome HE Chief Emeka Anyaoku as its new International President
Norway's whale trade controls are suspect, says WWF
Norway and Japan's DNA registers designed to prevent illegally caught whales slipping onto the ...
Urgent action needed against oil spills in the Wadden Sea, says WWF
WWF, the conservation organization is calling on the governments of the Netherlands, Germany and ...
Kyoto Climate Treaty ready for ratification
WWF, the conservation organization today called on governments gathering here for two weeks of ...
Fishing subsidies : governments admit US$ billions; hide billions more, says WWF
New figures from WWF show that globally, subsidies to the fishing industry are around 15 billion ...
EU: Don't shoot yourself in the foot over climate change
Unless European Commissioners headed by Romano Prodi overcome internal differences and approve key ...
Births rekindle hopes for rare Javan rhinoceros
Newly-released photos from camera traps and DNA analysis have revealed that four Javan rhinos were ...
WWF welcomes the adoption of a Convention to eliminate dangerous chemicals from the seas
WWF, the conservation organization, today welcomed the adoption by the International Maritime ...
WWF helps combat new wave of forest fires in Siberian tiger habitat
WWF-funded Fire brigades are leading the fight against a massive outbreak of fires in the habitat ...