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Governments must begin closing Kyoto treaty loopholes
Governments should rule out the most extreme and unreliable proposals for relying on forests and ...
WWF calls for action to save the wild salmon
As government representatives gathered in Canada this week in the lead-up to the 17th North ...
WWF welcomes protection for marine wildlife in the Caribbean
WWF warmly welcomed the entry into force yesterday of the Protocol on Specially Protected Areas and ...
Sign, ratify, and implement the Biosafety Protocol, WWF urges countries
As Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD) prepared to sign the Biosafety Protocol ...
WWF calls for concrete action to save forest biodiversity
WWF calls on Parties to the CBD to start acting to protect and preserve forest biodiversity.
WWF calls for action to save world's "Protected Areas"
At an international conference on forest protected areas convened in Bangkok (1), WWF, the ...
Critical Decisions Could Let Nations Keep Polluting and Still Reach Kyoto Targets
WWF study warns that wide use of 'sinks' could let key countries increase global warming pollution.
WWF condemns Japanese whaling plan
WWF condemns Japanese Government reported plan to catch Bryde and Sperm whales in the North Pacific.
First FSC certification in Russia: A new beginning for the timber industry
WWF, the conservation organization, today announced the first Association of Environmentally ...
CITES toothless on sharks
Nairobi, Kenya - Parties to the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild ...