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WWF awards Tanzania for conservation of wildlife resources

497 days ago From Shanghai Daily   View Archived Article

SHANGHAI, CHINA - “It creates problems for the DA's office, it creates problems for the court-appointed attorneys for the children and the parents and it creates problems ...

Officials Alarmed Following Dip in Mozambique Elephant Population

518 days ago From WPRO    View Archived Article

EAST PROVIDENCE, RHODE ISLAND - (MAPUTO, Mozambique) -- Officials from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) are asking for "urgent" international action Thursday following the release of ...

WWF to help Nepal police contain wildlife crimes

529 days ago From myrepublica.com   View Archived Article

KATHMANDU, NEPAL - The event is the annual fundraiser for the Child Care Resource Center. Through the course of the evening, event-goers were treated to food, drink and ...

Hong Kong invaded by pandas

532 days ago From MSN NZ News    View Archived Article

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - The eye-catching display is the work of French artist Paulo Grangeon who joined with the World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) to help raise awareness of ...

New campaign to save Maui's dolphin

552 days ago From Radio New Zealand   View Archived Article

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - The World Wildlife Fund says there are only 55 of the dolphins left. They live only off the west coast of the North Island. A campaign and petition were ... Flag as irrelevant Edit this alert You have receiv ...

Wildfires rage in Spain

1190 days ago From Castanet.net   View Archived Article

KELOWNA, CANADA - Diana Colomina of the Spanish branch of the World Wildlife Fund said experts has estimated it would take the 800 hectares of Garajonay that had burned at least 150 years to recover. Very low rainfall and searing summer temperatures have made much of ...

Cambodia wildlife endangered by land concessions

1194 days ago From Deutsche Welle   View Archived Article

BONN, GERMANY - Mark Wright of World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in Cambodia told DW that the intact Eastern Plains which - which is regarded as an optimal place for the recovery of the country's tiger and elephant populations - is under threat from national and interna ...

Supreme Court Castigates Government for Poor Tiger Conservation Efforts

1194 days ago From New York Times   View Archived Article

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - A 2010 tiger census, conducted by the World Wildlife Fund in India and other agencies, reported an increase in the country's overall tiger population since 2007. But the organization also found an =93an alarming decline in tiger occupancy from 36 ...

Coral reefs dying due to high temperatures

1195 days ago From Adnkronos International English   View Archived Article

ROME, ITALY - (AKI) - Riing sea temperature are killing Italy's coral reefs, according to a study by the World Wildlife Fund. The reefs are whitening and dying due to the death of their anatomical parts. They fade from firey red, sunny orange and bright green ...

SA & Vietnam to stop rhino poaching

1196 days ago From Eyewitness News   View Archived Article

RIVONIA, SOUTH AFRICA - CAPE TOWN/JOHANNESBURG - The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Black Rhino Expansion Project it hoped a memorandum of understanding between South Africa and Vietnam could help stop rhino poaching. The two countries are on the verge of signing a ...

WWF voyagers will tour Arctic's last best ice

1202 days ago From Nunatsiaq News   View Archived Article

IQALUIT, CANADA - For the past three and a half weeks, World Wildlife Fund staff, researchers, journalists, and a crew from the Al Jazeera television network have been sailing as far north as they can, chasing receding ice and meeting community members along the way. ...

Leonardo DiCaprio Celebrates Success In Tiger Population

1203 days ago From Ecorazzi   View Archived Article

MIAMI - In an effort to track and protect the tiger population, World Wildlife Fund conducted a recent camera trap study in Nepal. Using these traps, they were able to identified 37 individual tigers. This is a considerable gain, since they had identified on ...

Tiger Population in Nepal Park Doubles in 2 Years

1216 days ago From Our Amazing Planet   View Archived Article

OGDEN, UTAH - Camera traps in Nepal's Bardia National Park identified 37 tigers living in and near the park in 2011, a marked increase from two years before when only 18 were recorded there, according to the conservation group World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Shubas ...

Save the Tiger, Ban the Tourists

1223 days ago From New York Times   View Archived Article

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - A 2010 tiger census conducted by the World Wildlife Fund in India showed an increase in the overall tiger population from 2007, but the organization also found an =93an alarming decline in tiger occupancy from 36139 to 28108 square miles outside of . ...

Rampant Poaching Threatens Endangered Species in Africa

1224 days ago From New York Times   View Archived Article

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - HONG KONG =97 Poor wildlife-protection efforts by Asian and African countries in response to =93skyrocketing=94 poaching are putting the survival of rhinos, tigers and elephants at risk, according to a report released Monday by World Wildlife Fund, t ...

South Africa Studying Proposal to Legalize Rhino Trade

1224 days ago From Voice of America   View Archived Article

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - According to the World Wildlife Fund, a record 448 rhinos were poached in 2011 and more than half that number already have been killed illegally so far this year. Pelham Jones, the chairman of South Africa's Private Rhino Owners Association, said ...

Many Countries Failing to Prevent Illegal Wildlife Trade: WWF Report

1225 days ago From LiveScience.com   View Archived Article

OGDEN, UTAH - A conservation group, the World Wildlife Fund, has put together a report card ranking 23 nations' compliance with an international treaty regulating the trade in wild animals. The report card focuses on three species sought after on the internati ...

Spain's WWF dumps King Juan Carlos as patron over African hunting trip

1225 days ago From Times of India   View Archived Article

NEW DELHI, INDIA - Members of the Spanish chapter of the WWF charity voted overwhelmingly to scrap the ... The hunting trip was legal and regulated under Botswana law, ...

Plunging into the wetlands

1239 days ago From Global Times   View Archived Article

BEIJING, CHINA - ... the Qingpu district government and Shanghai City Appearance and Environmental Sanitation Administration launched the Dianshan Lake Wetland Restoration Pilot Project with organizations including Nanjing University, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) an ...

WWF urges govt to promote geothermal energy

1241 days ago From Jakarta Post   View Archived Article

JAKARTA, INDONESIA - With international community facing the imminent impact from the global energy crisis, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is warning the Indonesian ...

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