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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.
Wetlands events send another wake-up call for world's fresh water
As celebrations surrounding World Wetlands Day commence around the world, WWF, the conservation ...
Conservation in Galapagos needs more than clean up, says WWF
Following the oil spill in the Galapagos Islands, WWF urged the Ecuadorian government to urgently ...
Galapagos Oil spill threatens rare species
WWF, the conservation organization, is extremely concerned at the threat posed to the unique nature ...
WWF condemns Norway's lifting of ban on whale exports
WWF, the conservation organization, today condemned an unexpected decision by the Norwegian ...
Greek Olympic Games plans violate EU Law
Plans for a rowing and canoeing centre for the Athens 2004 Olympic Games at a coastal wetland ...
WWF condemns Norwegian plan to kill 20 wolves
WWF today urged the Norwegian government to drop its imminent plan to cull between 25 and 40 per ...
Save wildlife, grab a mouse! WWF launches its first global web appeal
WWF, the conservation organization, has launched its online Global Appeal an effort that will for ...
Asian Elephant losing out in turf war with humans
Asian elephants are being forced out of their forest homes by logging, agricultural clearance and ...
Global treaty on POPs a big step toward a less toxic future, WWF says
WWF, the conservation organization, today welcomed the completion of a global treaty on Persistent ...