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Laos government right to review hydropower projects
Dam disaster prompts suspension of new investments and assessment of hydropower strategy
Signs of hope for Yangtze finless porpoise as rate of population decline slows dramatically
Population of world’s only freshwater porpoise has only dropped slightly past five years
Laos disaster is a tragic reminder of the risks of big dams
Dam collapse underlines concerns about global rush to hydropower
Remove tens of thousands of obsolete dams in Europe to bring rivers back to life, says new report
A new study calls for tens of thousands of redundant Europeans to be removed to help restore rivers.
Shortcomings in CITES caviar labelling system poses a risk to sturgeons
New WWF and TRAFFIC study shows results of a rapid assessment on trade in sturgeon caviar
WWF and Google add Danube Delta to digital world map
Images from the Delta will appear on Google Maps later in 2018
Europe’s rivers and lakes cry out for help as Member States continue to look the other way
Only 40% of European surface waters are currently healthy. EU countries must implement Water ...
Valuing Rivers: WWF at World Water Week 2018
Save the date for WWF’s sessions, seminars and showcases in Stockholm from August 26-30
Tanzania announces key assessment for Selous World Heritage site
Government commissions Strategic Environmental Assessment into proposed hydropower plant in the ...
Endangered Oriental storks to be tracked as they migrate
Russian and Chinese experts will monitor transmitters on 80 birds