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Argentina can profitably make larger CO2 emissions curbs
Argentina could reduce CO2 emissions in 2010 by 31 per cent compared to current projections.
China joins WWF vision for a sustainable future
International conservationists and Chinese officials will meet this weekend in an unprecedented ...
Witches warn of global warming becoming a Shakespearean tragedy
WWF today warned that proposals being considered by some governments at the UN Climate Conference ...
Latest State-of-the-art climate scenarios show futures to avoid
New studies show the effects that global warming could have over the coming decades.
Outstanding nature photographs available online soon
WWF, the conservation organization, and Canon, supplier of imaging systems, business machines and ...
Commission Slammed For Withholding Chemical Info
WWF today criticised the European Commission and the European chemical industry.
WTO admits trade damages the environment
WWF welcomes a WTO Secretariat report that acknowledges trade damages the environment.
Madagascar establishes spectacular national park
The Andringitra National Park, in south-east Madagascar, was launched today by the Malagasy ...
Sustainable Trade for a Living Planet
WWF warns that action to protect the global environment is under threat from WTO rules.
Living Rivers For Europe
WWF today called on the EU to take decisive action to reverse the decline of Europe's rivers.