This Saturday, 28 March 2015, at 8:30 pm local time, the world’s largest grassroots movement, Earth Hour, will roll across the globe for the ninth time, inviting people to use their power to change climate change. The event is only months before a new global climate deal is expected in Paris.
WWF-Australia said the final Reef 2050 plan released today includes a number of good initiatives but the $100 million in new funding announced by the federal government falls short of what’s required to halt the Reef’s decline and remove the threat that it is listed ‘World Heritage in danger’.
Development of two dams on the Lower Mekong River in Laos is proceeding with potentially devastating impacts to the food security and livelihoods of 60 million people. The projects highlight the types of bad decisions and missed opportunities that threaten the world’s freshwater resources.
WWF congratulated Chinese President Xi Jinping for raising the issue of wild tiger conservation at the Annual National People's Congress & Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (NPC&CPPCC) in Beijing.
Two years after Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) announced a new “forest conservation” policy, APP’s pledge to halt forest clearing has held, but its forests are still disappearing.
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