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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 ...
CITES funding falls short
WWF, the conservation organization, today called on governments to pay more than lip service, and ...
Governments must commit to addressing environmental impacts of trade agreements, warns WWF
In the lead-up to next week's Commission on Sustainable Development (CSD) meeting in New York, WWF, ...
Marine Turtles still under threat
Despite decades of conservation efforts, six of the world's seven species of marine turtle are ...
New hope for the Amazon
WWF and Friends of the Earth Amazonia, today announced a new member of the Global Forest and Trade ...
Get Whales off the CITES table says WWF
WWF today warned that whaling could spiral out of control as it did during the 20th century if the ...
Nuclear power not part of global warming solution, says WWF
Effective strategies to reduce global warming gases from electricity generation should not be based ...
Dams are direct cause of species decline, says WWF
Releasing a new report on the eve of a World Commission on Dams (WCD) meeting April 6-8 in Cape ...