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Facing oblivion, our creatures great and small: WWF warns word risks losing tigers and dolphins

1364 days ago From Daily Mail   View Archived Article

LONDON, U K - The World Wildlife Fund claims that the Earth's capacity for supporting life is being outstripped at such a rate that we will need the equivalent of a second planet to meet our needs by 2030. By 2050, close to three planets would be needed to mai ...

Hanging out for forest conservation

1372 days ago From New Straits Times   View Archived Article

KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA - But how many of us are willing to bungee jump for charity? ... an initiative under the World Wildlife Fund in collaboration with three countries -- Brunei, ...

We're failing on Maui's dolphin

1372 days ago From TVNZ   View Archived Article

AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND - To conservation groups like Forest and Bird and the World Wildlife Fund, the solution here is simple - set nets should only be allowed in water more than that crucial 100 metres deep. The NGOs would also like to see the current safety zone extended . ...

Whiz Kids Raise Money for Endangered Animals

1377 days ago From Patch.com   View Archived Article

WESTBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS - Six students at Hastings Elementary School established a school-wide Animal Appreciation Day, raising over $500 for the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to help protect endangered animals. =93These girls set an example for other students that you don't ...

Mannville students help clean up the village

1377 days ago From Vermilion Standard   View Archived Article

VERMILION, CANADA - The students placed containers in each of the elementary classrooms and in the school office to collect spare change for the World Wildlife Fund. They collected $150 and were able to adopt six animals. The students chose the following animals to adop ...

New research to save Irrawaddy dolphins from extinction in Mekong

1378 days ago From Xinhua   View Archived Article

BEIJING, CHINA - ... conducting a new research with foreign experts on conservation of the Irrawaddy dolphin in the Mekong River, both in Cambodia and the trans- boundary dolphin population shared with Laos, the World Wildlife Fund said in a statement released Monday ...

Westborough students help to raise funds for World Wildlife Federation

1382 days ago From Community Advocate   View Archived Article

WESTBOROUGH, MASSACHUSETTS - By Bonnie Adams, Government Editor Young animal advocates (front, l to r) Clara Buttiglieri, Jhaymie Tungol and (back, l to r) Meghan Kincaid, Sophia Stilla, Julia French and Cynthia Zhang organized a fundraiser for the World Wildlife Federation at t ...

Singapore jumps into the anti-shark's fin frenzy

1385 days ago From CNNGo.com   View Archived Article

SINGAPORE - The challenge will be to convince diners it's OK to just say "no" The World Wildlife Fund says 73 million sharks are killed every year, primarily for their fins. Add Singapore to the list of countries trying to shake off an out-dated cu ...

HSBC Oman stands to reduce carbon footprint

1386 days ago From Oman Daily Observer   View Archived Article

MUSCAT, OMAN - As part of the 'I Will If You Will' campaign launched by the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), Adnan Haroon, Chief Financial Officer at HSBC Oman has pledged to use public transportation to work for one week if 300 customers sign up for e-statements ...

Save vanishing species with U.S. postage stamp

1388 days ago From Sierra Sun   View Archived Article

TRUCKEE, CALIFORNIA - The stamp is the result of a 10-year effort led by World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the US Postal Service, the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and other international conservation organizations, including Wildlife Conservation Society. ...

One Step Forward, One Step Back For Russia's Siberian Tigers

1389 days ago From RadioFreeEurope/RadioLiberty   View Archived Article

WASHINGTON, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA - According to the press service of the local branch of the World Wildlife Fund, the legs (two from an adult male, the other from a young male or adult female) weighed a total of 1.6 kilograms and were hidden beneath her clothes. ...

Oil: Rwenzori residents wary of parks wipeout

1389 days ago From Daily Monitor   View Archived Article

KAMPALA, UGANDA - According to World Wildlife Fund, Uganda's proven petroleum reserves are located within 70 per cent of its wildlife-protected areas and this includes Semuliki and Queen Elizabeth national parks in the Rwenzori sub-region, south of the Albertine g ...

WWF pushing crusade on beef

1390 days ago From Stock and Land   View Archived Article

ORMISTON, AUSTRALIA - A LEAKED document authored by a senior operative of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) shows the anti-farmer organisation is on a green crusade to establish new "sustainable beef standards" on producers Australia-wide. The paper by WWF ecologist ...

Jane Goodall, conservationists hope 'Chimpanzee' will save chimps

1391 days ago From Los Angeles Times   View Archived Article

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - "She is really the primary reason people know what they know today about chimps," said Matthew Lewis of the World Wildlife Fund. Lewis is the senior program officer for African Species Conservation at the WWF. He told the Times that the new ...

Baby Panda Adoption At Center Of New World Wildlife Fund Program

1397 days ago From Huffington Post   View Archived Article

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - You may not be able to adopt these little guys into your home, but thanks to a new program launched this month by the World Wildlife Fund, you can symbolically adopt a baby panda as part of an effort to save the endangered species' homes in the w ...

Sloth rehab thrives in Costa Rica

1399 days ago From msnbc.com   View Archived Article

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - There are six-known species across the continent and the Costa Rican sanctuary is home to the Bradypus and Choleopus species. According to the World Wildlife Fund, many species of the sloth are at risk of extinction. ...

Yanni and WWF Partner to Save Wild Pandas

1399 days ago From Broadcast Newsroom   View Archived Article

BOZEMAN, MONTANA - World Wildlife Fund (WWF) is pleased to announce a collaboration with legendary composer and performer Yanni, aimed at raising awareness of giant panda conservation. The collaboration will kick off in early April 2012, before the first leg of his ...

Kibaale faces environment crisis

1399 days ago From Daily Monitor   View Archived Article

KAMPALA, UGANDA - By FELIX BASIIME (email the author) World Wildlife Fund (WWF), a worldwide non-governmental organisation contracted by government to conserve the biodiversity in the Albertine Rift Valley forests, has warned that Kibaale District risks facing serious ...

Rabbit Species Threatened By Climate Change

1400 days ago From Huffington Post   View Archived Article

NEW YORK, NEW YORK - Sensitive pikas live in cool, alpine areas, and will be unable to escape rising temperatures, according to World Wildlife Fund. They will also have difficulty migrating through warmer areas at lower elevations. Other rabbit species that are not ...

Deforestation Pits Elephants Against Man in Nunukan

1401 days ago From Jakarta Globe   View Archived Article

JAKARTA, INDONESIA - Wiwin Effendi, a coordinator for the East Kalimantan chapter of the World Wildlife Fund, said a 2007 survey estimated the elephant population in Nunukan at between 30 and 80, with most of the animals located in Tobun Onsoi subdistrict. ...

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