Conservation success stories
WWF launches Earth Hour City Challenge
The annual Earth Hour City Challenge has been launched, with 44 cities representing 16 countries ...
Awards for low-carbon innovations in China
New and innovative technologies with huge potential for reducing carbon emissions have been ...
WWF Calls for a Global effort against Poaching
With news of a further increase in illegal killing of rhino in South Africa in 2014, WWF is calling ...
UN appoints WWF conservation leader as climate adviser
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Janos Pasztor as UN's senior climate advisor. ...
Report finds India’s tigers are bouncing back
A new survey announcing significant increases in India’s Bengal tiger population shows recent ...
Congo forest concession receives FSC certification
The largest contiguous forest concession in the tropics has been certified by the Forest ...
Spain announces law to fight pirate fishing
Spain has launched an investigation into pirate fishing – a major cause of overfishing, which also ...
Virunga oil exploration captures global attention
The BBC reported in March that the Democratic Republic of Congo is seeking to alter the boundaries ...
Virunga documentary receives Oscar nomination
A documentary on Virunga National Park has received an Oscar nomination in the best feature ...
Asia’s first shrimp farm certified as sustainable
Vietnamese shrimp farm Quoc Viet is Asia’s first shrimp farm to be certified by the Aquaculture ...
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