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Removing tens of thousands of obsolete dams in Europe would bring rivers back to life, says new report
With only 40 percent of Europe’s waterways in good condition, a new study published today calls for ...
Investigative report reveals palm oil from major traders compromises deforestation-free commitments of major global brands
Investigative report reveals palm oil from major traders compromises deforestation-free commitments ...
Time to shift from commitments to action – with urgency, cohesion and high ambition
WWF statement on the Ministerial Declaration of the 2018 High Level Political Forum
WWF urges action on unsustainable fishing as UN report shows dangerous declines in global fisheries
Solutions to unsustainable and destructive fishing must include governments urgently setting aside ...
WWF: voluntary krill no-fishing zones good for Antarctica, next step must be more protected areas
Five fishing companies announce a voluntary krill fishery closure along the Antarctic Peninsula.
World Heritage sites of Salonga and Virunga still threatened by oil production
WWF is deeply concerned over the potential damaging impact any oil production could have on Salonga ...
World’s insurers launch commitment to protect World Heritage Sites
UN Environment’s Principles for Sustainable Insurance Initiative partner with WWF and the ...
Colombia’s Serranía de Chiribiquete becomes world’s largest tropical rainforest national park
Serranía de Chiribiquete National Park, located in the heart of the Colombian Amazon, was expanded ...
UNESCO urges limits to ski resort expansions in the Western Caucasus
The UNESCO World Heritage Committee has expressed serious concern over the transfer of land plots ...
UNESCO decision leaves Pirin’s future uncertain
A watered down decision taken today by the UNESCO World Heritage Committee gathered in Bahrain ...