WWF in Portugal | WWF
WWF has worked in Portugal since 1995. Its main objectives are to protect and restore biodiversity as well as reduce impacts to ensure sustainable development in the region.

The creation of the Guadiana natural park, the protection of cork forests and promotion of FSC have been some of the highlights of WWF's work in Portugal, with the work now being expanded to climate change and freshwater.

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WWF projects in Portugal are implemented by the WWF Mediterranean Programme Office
Latest news from Portugal
30 May 2018

Lisboa, 30 de maio de 2018 - A Comissão Europeia propôs hoje novas regras de monitorização e ...

30 May 2018

Lisboa, 30 de maio de 2018 - A Comissão Europeia propôs hoje novas regras de monitorização e ...

24 Jul 2015

Almost half a million people are calling on the European Commission to save Europe’s nature laws – ...

08 Nov 2012

Lack of forest management, human negligence, climate change and now the economic crisis threaten ...

27 Nov 2010

"Wilfully blind" members of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas ...

25 Nov 2010

Countries which exceed fishing quotas on the rare East Atlantic tuna species should pay for their ...

04 Jun 2010

Where was Europe when Canada, Japan, Korea and the United States this week reconfirmed  ...

28 Apr 2010

Global environment organisation WWF and the leading associations for European seafood processors ...

21 Oct 2009

European governments and enterprises continuing to flout fisheries regulations are to be denied ...

25 May 2009

Lisbon, Portugal – The GFTN-Iberia first Business Trip, dedicated to FSC cork and organized by WWF ...

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