Conservation success stories
Slaughter of SA rhino continues
In 2013 poachers killed 1004 rhinos in South Africa -- 606 in the Kruger National Park alone.
Governments commit to action on poaching crisis
Forty-six countries made a commitment to take “decisive and urgent action” at the London Conference ...
Regional conservation agreed in Europe and Arctic
Eight south-east Europe countries, from Albania in the south to Slovenia in the north, have ...
Community support vital to secure endangered species
The three countries home to the mountain gorilla, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda and Uganda, ...
Victories in Europe against destructive development
A 22-year battle to save the Acheloos River in Greece from a massive water diversion scheme has ...
Development threats to Great Barrier Reef and Mekong
A legal challenge has been launched in Australia to stop the dumping in the Great Barrier Reef ...
Progress on addressing the shark slaughter
Two key international shark fin importing hubs, Hong Kong and Singapore, report reduced demand for ...
Growing support for a shift from coal to renewables
A major UN scientific report calls for a more than tripling of investments in clean energy ...
EBRD commits to step out of coal
WWF welcomed the decision by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) to phase ...
Opposition increases to Soco’s oil plans
Local protests have taken place in Goma in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), against Soco’s ...