EU Court of Justice orders Poland to halt logging in Bialowieza Forest
This means also a ban on removing old trees from the remaining parts of the forest
EU Commission decides to take Poland to court for failing to protect Bialowieza forest
WWF applauds today’s decision by the European Commission to take Poland to European Court of ...
WWF campaign win: Spain must now commit to stop dredging inside outstanding wetland site
In a campaign win for WWF and other conservation bodies, Spain was forced to end plans for dredging ...
Green Shoots for rewilding
On 23 March 2017, a coalition of five organisations kicked off a new initiative to strengthen the ...
Host of World Heritage meeting failing to protect own forest
WWF highlights the danger logging poses to Poland's ancient Białowieża Forest.
WWF asks Spain to remove threats to Doñana National Park
Responding to the ongoing fires in Doñana National Park, Juan Carlos del Olmo, CEO WWF-Spain, ...
WWF alarmed by call to strip Europe’s last remaining primeval forest of UNESCO protections
WWF is deeply concerned by Polish environment minister Jan Szyszko’s reported call for the ancient ...
Croatia: Watershed moment for the Great Waterfall and Plitvice Lakes National Park
Unprecedented pressure from tourism and ill-planned construction threaten to impact park’s waters ...
12 new invasive alien species included to Europe’s list
WWF welcomes yesterday’s decision by EU Member states to approve the inclusion of 12 new species to ...
EU Environment Ministers commits to increased effort for nature protection
WWF welcomes today’s commitments by EU Environment ministers to support the “EU Action Plan for ...
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