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Europe, a silent hub of illegal wildlife trad...

A Solid Foundation to Stop Wildlife Trafficking in 2017 and Be...

A baby rhino. (Photo by DOI) The world's wildlife is under siege. Over the past four decades, wildlife populations have declined by nearly 60 percent on average, and projections indicate that by 2020, vertebrate populations may have declined by ... US Department of the Interior, 1 month ago
Europe, a silent hub of illegal wildlife trade Deutsche Welle, 2 days ago
Silent wildlife trafficking in Europe Deutsche Welle, 2 days ago

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In danger of extinction: Species that could disappear in 2017

In 2016, the World Wildlife Foundation warned harmful climate change was causing massive extinction of animals around the globe. According to a report WWF released in October, there was a 58 percent decrease in the numberof fish, mammals, birds ...
 Metro.us6 days ago How You Can Help Save These 4 Animals On The Brink Of Extinction  Huffington Post Canada4 days ago

Tourism: Boon or threat for the Galápagos?

The Galápagos Islands are treasure trove of wildlife found nowhere else in the world. But are tourists wanting to experience it up close protecting or endangering this unique biodiversity? It's only 8:00 a.m., and already hot and humid. The cruise ...
 Deutsche Welle2 weeks ago
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OECD Opens Investigation into World Wildlife Foundation

by Leave a Comment Via Survival International : In an unprecedented move, a member of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development ( OECD ) has agreed to investigate a complaint that the World Wide Fund for Nature ( WWF ) has ...
 Global Justice Ecology Project2 weeks ago

More than 150 new species discovered in Mekong region

The World Wildlife Foundation (WWF) has released its findings into it 2015 study of the region surrounding the Mekong River in China. Astonishinglythey had found 163 new species of flora and fauna around the river. Itoriginates from the ...
 MSN News US4 weeks ago

Bid to protect worlds $2.5 trillion ocean economy

According to the World Wildlife Fund, oceans generated goods and services worth an estimated $2.5 trillion per year, equivalent to the seventh largest economy in the world. (SABC) The ocean economy is one of the most critical drivers and ...
 YesAfrica12 hours ago Sustaining ocean health  The Hindu1 day ago WEF, UCSB-SBI unveil partnership to protect ocean economy  Kuwait News Agency2 days ago World Economic Forum-OCEAN, UCSB partner to protect world's $2.5 trn ocean economy  Financial Express2 days ago
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Beyond the China Ivory Ban

By Kaddu Sebunya, President of the African Wildlife Foundation The recent announcement by the central government of China to ban all domestic ivory trade and processing by the end of 2017 offers a glimmer of real optimism in the fight against ...
 SA Breaking News2 days ago We must preserve our wildlife  East African Standard1 week ago Beyond China's ban of ivory trade  Uncova4 days ago Beyond China ivory ban: Opportunities to avoid detrimental environmental impact  Mail & Guardian Online4 days ago
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Kenyans at loggerheads over coal plant at world heritage site

LAMU, Kenya (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - When Walid Amed Ali stands beside the only window in his tiny office, he looks out on an almost perfect world on the Kenyan island of Lamu where his family has lived for generations. His view is of a ...
 Channel NewsAsia2 weeks ago FEATURE-Kenyans at loggerheads over coal plant at world heritage site  Reuters UK2 weeks ago Kenyans clash over coal plant on idyllic island  AlertNet2 weeks ago

Wildlife populations plunge almost 60 percent since 1970: WWF| Reuters

By Alister Doyle | OSLO OSLO Worldwide populations of mammals, birds, fish, amphibians and reptiles have plunged by almost 60 percent since 1970 as human activities overwhelm the environment, the WWF conservation group said on Thursday.An index compiled ...
 First Post.com2 months ago Global wildlife population to plummet 67 per cent by 2020  Rediff.com2 months ago

Travel Trade Industry Joins Coalition to Combat Wildlife Trafficking Worldwide

World News: 22:32 GMT Tuesday 17th January 2017 . [ Cruise Lines International Association via Marketwire via SPi World News ] WASHINGTON, DC (Marketwired - January 17, 2017) - Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA), American Society for Travel ...
 SPi World News5 days ago USFWS Issues Record of Decision for CCSM Project Phase I Eagle Take Permits  SPi World News4 days ago Finalists For HCL GRANT 2017 Announced  SPi World News2 weeks ago What do experts have to say about Latin American wildlife trafficking?  Mongabay.com1 month ago
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