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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 ...
WWF demands extra boost for clean energy in developing countries
Governments should combat global warming and local pollution problems in developing countries by ...
WWF battles Olympic facilities in Greek wetland
WWF, the conservation organization, today urged the Greek government to reconsider its intention to ...
WWF: loopholes, funding impasse jeopardize global toxics treaty
As negotiations on a global toxic chemicals treaty closed today, WWF, the conservation ...
WWF criticizes Water Forum's inadequate 'Framework'
On the closing day of the World Water Forum in The Hague, WWF today criticized the Forum's ...
WWF and Lafarge begin worldwide partnership for environmental protection
Lafarge, world leader in construction materials, and WWF sign a world-wide partnership agreement.
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 ...