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Fish market in Naples, Italy

New WWF report: most of the fish we eat in the Mediterranean is imported

Genoa, May 19, 2017 - According to a new WWF report, the majority of the fish on display on European Mediterranean counters is imported, mostly from ...

19 May 2017 Read more »
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Signature of the Malta MedFish4Ever Declaration, Malta, March 30, 2017

WWF: The Malta MedFish4Ever Declaration is our last opportunity to save Mediterranean Fisheries

At the close of the Ministerial Conference on Mediterranean Fisheries in Malta, WWF has expressed full support for the Malta MedFish4Ever Declaration.

30 Mar 2017 Read more »
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Europe we want

The Europe we want: Just, Sustainable, Democratic and Inclusive

As we mark the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, we have a momentous opportunity to take stock of how far Europe has come – and how far we ...

21 Mar 2017 Read more »
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Renewable energy help CO2 emissions stay flat for the third year in a row (2016)

Phasing out all fossil fuels, scaling up renewables key to getting CO2 emissions down

17 Mar 2017 Read more »
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Cover of Algeria's first national strategy to conserve wetlands

Algeria launches bold strategy to conserve its wetlands

WWF provided critical support throughout the process

17 Mar 2017 Read more »
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Unloading fish from Spanish longliner

Analysis: Import controls in key EU member states inadequate for barring illegal seafood

Inconsistent procedures across member states and outdated documentation scheme undermine effectiveness of key illegal fishing (IUU) ...

16 Mar 2017 Read more »
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Fisherman at Taza National park, Algeria

Developing sustainable tourism in Taza National Park, Algeria

06 Dec 2016 Read more »
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Swordfish bycatch

WWF welcomes new recovery plan for the Mediterranean swordfish, but concerns remain

As the 20th Special Meeting of the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) closed today in Vilamoura, Portugal, WWF ...

21 Nov 2016 Read more »
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COP22 in Marrakech, Morocco

Paris Agreement passes first stress test at COP22

18 Nov 2016 Read more »
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Mediterranean swordfish.

ICCAT 2016 – A CRUCIAL YEAR FOR MEDITERRANEAN SWORDFISH

At their 20th special meeting in Vilamoura, Portugal, from November 14-21, 2016, the Contracting Parties to the International Commission for the ...

07 Nov 2016 Read more »
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Manuel Puglar-Vidal

Paris Agreement enters into force

04 Nov 2016 Read more »
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WWF Living Planet Report 2016

World’s wildlife could drop two-thirds by 2020, report warns

EU can slow environmental loss through radical policy change Global wildlife could decline by 67 per cent by the end of this decade as a result of ...

27 Oct 2016 Read more »
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Vincent Biruta, MOP 28 President, gavels the adoption of the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol

Climate wins as another global deal to limit emissions is reached

15 Oct 2016 Read more »
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WWF is concerned about the fate of Mediterranean swordfish

As the ICCAT meeting of the Standing Committee on Research and Statistics (SCRS) brought to a close its preparatory session that will support ...

07 Oct 2016 Read more »
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Paris Agreement approved at COP22

Statement on the entry-into-force of the Paris Agreement

04 Oct 2016 Read more »
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CITES17 Logo_Sly

World takes bold steps to protect wildlife at CITES CoP

Conference is major success for wildlife conservation

04 Oct 2016 Read more »
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Saving Doñana: From Danger to Prosperity by Dalberg

Drying Doñana in danger of losing World Heritage status

Europe’s historic Doñana National Park could be added to UNESCO’s List of World Heritage in Danger unless immediate action is taken against multiple ...

15 Sep 2016 Read more »
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Towards COP22

COP22 in Marrakech, 7 -18 November 2016

The next round of the United Nations climate change negotiations, the Conference of the Parties (COP), will be held in Marrakesh, Morocco, 7–18 ...

14 Sep 2016 Read more »
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An ardent ornithologist from early childhood, Dr Luc Hoffmann obtained a PhD in Zoology from Basel University and authored more than 60 books and publications on birds and their habitats.

An environmental visionary and a father to WWF

The extraordinary life of Dr Luc Hoffmann

22 Jul 2016 Read more »