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European Commission launches infringement case against Polish government for logging in Białowieża Forest
Today, the European Commission announced the start of an infringement procedure against Poland ...
Third bison release – one step closer towards a viable population in Romania
Ten more European bison arrived in the Tarcu Mountains
Europe’s last remaining primeval forest faces World Heritage in Danger listing
Intensive logging backed by the Polish government is putting rare forest site in peril.
Embarrassing failure by Juncker Commission leads Dutch Presidency to cancel high-level Nature Conference
In a highly unusual move, the Dutch presidency today cancelled its much anticipated and ...
Ecologically, I was born on Zakynthos
A story by Theodota Nantsou, Head of Policy, WWF-Greece.
The loggerhead turtle: friend or foe?
Zakynthos island, in the Ionian Sea, is one of the most famous destinations for mass tourism in ...
David Cameron backs NGO call to save EU Nature Directives
WWF calls on Juncker Commission to end nearly 1,000 days of uncertainty Today, the British ...
EU Large Carnivore Platform Annual Meeting: Rural Development funds support coexistence
Representatives from landowning, herding, hunting, research and conservation organisations ...
WWF Soy Scorecard shows that too many European companies are hiding their soy use
European companies that buy and use soy as animal feed in meat and dairy production are doing the ...
WWF invites Europeans to “turn up the volume” of nature protection
WWF launched a call today to “Turn Up the Volume of Nature” across Europe inviting people to ...
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