Tigers Disappear From Himalayan Refuge
WASHINGTON D.C. - World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is alarmed by the dramatic decline of at least 30 ...
Some progress for whales - but a long way to go
Santiago, Chile. WWF has applauded the International Whaling Commission’s willingness to re-examine ...
Historic move to protect Alps of the undersea
Brest, France – WWF applauds the commitment by international governments meeting in Brest, France, ...
Five ministers reveal importance of habitat for whales
Santiago, Chile: Ministers of New Zealand, Australia, Chile, Costa Rica, the UK and a ...
Scientists find whales innocent of global decline in fisheries
Anarchy on the high seas under flags of convenience
Gland, Switzerland: The murky system of registering vessels to countries offering flags of ...
EU closes bluefin tuna fishery early – time for more radical steps, WWF
Brussels, Belgium/Rome, Italy - - WWF welcomes today’s move by the European Commission to close the ...
Progress at Bonn Climate Talks is not good enough - WWF
Bonn, Germany – With only 536 days remaining until the Copenhagen Climate Summit, governments are ...
Modest African footprint still approaching limits: WWF
Africa-Ecological Footprint and human well-being, prepared for WWF by the Global Footprint Network ...
New report shows China’s ecological footprint doubled
Beijing, China – China’s average ecological footprint has doubled since the 1960s and now demands ...