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WWF for more Ramsar wetlands
On the eve of 7th Conference of the Contracting Parties to the Ramsar Convention from 10 to 18 May ...
Norway sets highest whale quota since 1986 moratorium
The Norwegian whaling season opens today with the fleet of 36 boats set to hunt a 'self awarded' ...
WWF Demands Urgent EU Action to Stop Toxic Waste Pollution
WWF reveals location of lagoons of toxic waste from metal mining in EU countries.
Arabian oryx: preventing a second extinction
The Arabian Oryx could become extinct in the wild in Oman for the second time in 30 years, WWF, the ...
Opening markets: the opportunity to conserve forests in the next millennium
WWF Germany will today open the largest forest protection symposium held in Germany this year - the ...
Sea Otters and Dolphins Poisoned
As the International Maritime Organisation (IMO) (1) meets to deliberate the use of organotin ...
Bold Plan will protect Twelve Per Cent of Northern Ontario
Some of Canada's most breathtaking ancient pine forests will be protected for future generations ...
WWF-Brazil launches campaign on protected areas
WWF Brazil yesterday launched a nation-wide campaign on protected areas, the first of its kind. ...
Can the real Agenda 2000 start now please ?
Commenting on the Berlin Summit, the conservation organization WWF warned that all the real ...
Time to Break the Dam Deadlock Says WWF
WWF proposes measures to break the worldwide deadlock between pro and anti-dam supporters.