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WWF welcomes first MSC-certified skipjack tuna products from the Pacific in Europe
Today marks the first ever delivery of certified, sustainably-managed tuna from the Pacific islands ...
US follows Gabon’s lead in fight against ivory traffickers
US destroys six tons of ivory in message to wildlife traffickers.
Japanese revision of emissions targets could have ‘devastating impact’ at COP 19
Commenting on an expected revision of Japan’s greenhouse gas emissions targets, WWF said the move ...
Palm oil sustainability body boosts complaints handling, mapping requirements
WWF has welcomed a commitment to observe fairness, transparency and impartiality in the ...
No more excuses: WWF scorecard shows that palm oil buyers must do more to stimulate sustainable production
Palm oil buyers are doing more than before but not nearly enough to encourage responsible growers ...
Governments must seize the opportunity to tackle climate change
With only 50 days of negotiations left for world leaders to produce a new global climate agreement ...
WWF: Scaled up renewables a viable solution to cutting dangerous emissions
Humanity is waking up to the damage that fossil fuels inflict on our planet and scientific evidence ...
Protection of Antarctica's seas put on ice
International talks have once again poured cold water on attempts to protect the conservation ...
Companies disclose ecological footprint of 82 million tonnes of pulp and paper
WWF recognizes the leadership in transparency of 25 of the world’s most important pulp and paper ...
Last chance for Ross Sea and East Antarctica protection
WWF is calling on the Antarctic commission to step up to its conservation commitments