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WWF urges governments to fund alternatives to poisonous chemicals
Global toxic chemicals treaty being negotiated in Bonn must be strong and effective says WWF.
Weak water declaration could make nature lose, warns WWF
As the World Water Forum (17-22 March) opened here today, WWF, the conservation organization, ...
WWF calls for elimination of most dangerous chemicals
WWF urges governments to focus on eliminating 12 of the most deadly toxic chemicals at next week's ...
Polluters should pay Climate Change victims says WWF
WWF calls for a compensation fund for victims of natural disasters linked to climate change.
WWF welcomes fisheries eco-label
WWF, the conservation organization, has welcomed today's launch of the first seafood products ...
WWF President urges Water Forum to act for environment
Professor Ruud Lubbers, President of WWF, the conservation organization, today urged world leaders ...
WWF battles marine pollution from anti-fouling paints
In the run up to the International Maritime Organization's Marine Environment Protection Committee ...
Top companies join WWF in Innovative Effort to Save Energy, Lower Greenhouse Gas Emissions
Climate Savers, an innovative new partnership with businesses is launched today.
Vistula decision a landmark for Poland, says WWF
WWF has welcomed the Polish Cabinet's move yesterday to insist that an independent technical expert ...
River disaster preventable, WWF tells mining industry
WWF will tell the mining industry and the European Commission at a meeting on mining and the ...