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Experts report widespread global warming impacts on world oceans
New WWF report says rising global temperatures are threatening a wide variety of species.
EU leaders told CO2 emissions cuts means Euro jobs
WWF study shows that measures to reduce global warming would cut unemployment.
IWC steps back from the brink
WWF, the conservation organization, has welcomed a new spirit of negotiation in the face of a ...
IWC Governments' inaction risks future of whales
WWF, the conservation organization, calls on the International Whaling Commission (IWC) to act now ...
WWF recognises success and inherent challenges for world's water conservation
The 7th Meeting of the Convention of Parties to Ramsar, which ended May 18, emphasized the need to ...
WWF Water Campaign to benefit people and nature
WWF, the conservation organisation, today launched its Living Waters Campaign, aimed at ensuring ...
WWF calls for immediate environmental protection and recovery plan for Balkans
The conservation organization WWF today warned that an environmental crisis is looming in war-torn ...
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.