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How raising tigers as farm animals drives illegal poaching in the wild
PBS

Wasteful footprint

Bahrain is a wasteful nation, according to the World Wildlife Fund's (WWF) 2014 Living Planet Report published recently. It is the ninth worst offender in terms of the environmental impact it has on the planet, per head of population. But ... Gulf Daily News, 1 month ago
Endangered animals make a comeback Green Left Weekly, 6 days ago
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PTI - SANIA (BES22) - Sania Mirza to support World Wildlife Fund India campaign

SANIA (BES22) - Sania Mirza to support World Wildlife Fund India campaign Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Hyderabad, Mar 5 (PTI) Tennis player Sania Mirza today said that she has joined hands with nature conservation body World Wildlife Fund (WWF) ...
 Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago Sania Mirza to support World Wildlife Fund India campaign  DNA3 weeks ago
MetroVaartha.com

RI records highest number of human-elephant conflicts in Asia

World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Indonesia conservation expert Sunarto has said Indonesia has the highest number of human-elephant conflicts of all countries in Asia. The conflict threats in Indonesia are the highest in Asia. This may be down to ...
 Jakarta Post3 days ago Muthoot partners with WWF for Elephant project  Business Standard India1 month ago
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Livemint.com

Im confident India won't let the tiger go extinct: Ullas Karanth

New Delhi: K. Ullas Karanth, director for science, Asia, at the Wildlife Conservation Society in New York, is among the world's foremost authorities on tigers. His long-term research on prey-predator population ecology using camera traps to estimate ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago
WWF Canada

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts achieves WWF's Climate Savers Program CO2 reduction targets becomes the first hotel brand and Canadian-based company to meet WWF's industrious goal of reducing ... 19 February 2015

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts today announced that it has achieved World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Climate Savers Program targets, reducing its operational CO2 emissions by 20 per cent below 2006 levels. In doing so, the luxury hotel brand known for its ...
 WWF Canada2 weeks ago Fairmont achieves global CO2 reduction target  4Hoteliers3 weeks ago Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Reach Green Goals  International Meetings Review1 month ago FAIRMONT HOTELS & RESORTS : Achieves Global CO2 Reduction Target  4 Traders1 month ago
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Ecologist

Wildlife conservation must support, not destroy, Indigenous Peoples

6th February 2015 Twenty years ago, fundraising publicity for the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) posed a very odd question: whether to send in the army or an anthropologist to stop indigenous people destroying the Amazon rainforest. Equally bizarre, it ...
 Ecologist1 month ago
Survival

Africa's Conservation Miracle: The Return of the Rhinos

Habitat destruction. That's almost always the answer to a question of wildlife conservation. Why has this species declined? Why has that species gone extinct? Because the place where it lives is being or has been destroyed. The ever-increasing ...
 MSNBC Newsweek4 days ago World Wildlife Day: tribespeople denounce persecution in the name of conservation  Survival3 weeks ago Africa: World Wildlife Day - Tribespeople Denounce Persecution in the Name of 'Conservation'  AllAfrica.com3 weeks ago Survival slams conservation for violating tribal peoples rights  Survival1 month ago
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Salon

Lions and tigers and bears, no more: Why countless species now face permanent oblivion

This piece originally appeared on TomDispatch . Maybe baby steps will help, but the world needs a lot more than either the United States or China is offering to combat the illegal traffic in wildlife, a nearly $20-billion-a-year business that adds ...
 Salon6 days ago Humanity's War on Wildlife  Foreign Policy In Focus1 week ago The Politics of Extinction  ZNet1 week ago A Global War on Nature and the Politics of Extinction  Common Dreams1 week ago
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World Water Day: In conversation with diver and marine conservationist Nayantara Jain

Step into the world of diving instructor and marine conservationist Nayantara Jain of ReefWatch Marine Conservation India About 20% of the world's coral reefs are dead. Another 20% are near-death or threatened. These are not just numbers ...
 DNA India1 week ago

Pressure mounts as follow up to London Wildlife Summit takes place in Kasane

On 25th March this year, world leaders and delegates will convene in Kasane, Botswana to consider progress on tackling international wildlife crime. This meeting follows the historic London Summit (2014) that saw 40 countries come together with ...
 BusinessWeek1 week ago
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