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Major Success in the Fight Against Illegal Fishing

Efforts to clamp down on illegal fishing for cod in the Barents Sea are paying off - with a 50% cut in illegal fishing...

Extinct Javan elephants may have been found again – in Borneo

The Borneo pygmy elephant may not be native to Borneo after all. Instead, the population could be the last survivors of the Javan elephant...
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Join Earth Hour Tonight! Turn Off Your Lights for One Hour (Video)

Earth Hour was a shared experience in Sydney, Australia last April, when the people came together, turned off the lights for one hour,...
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Congo, Rwanda and Uganda Unite to Save Mountain Gorillas

Borders will matter less to central Africa’s mountain gorillas, following the launch of a strategic conservation plan which covers adjoining areas of Rwanda,...
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Cuba Throws Lifeline to Sea Turtles

Cuba has thrown a lifeline to the Caribbean’s endangered and critically endangered marine turtles with a government resolution ending all harvesting of marine turtles. Such...
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New National Park for Russian Tigers

Endangered northern Amur (Siberian) tigers have received a boost to their protection through the creation of a new national park in the Russian Far...
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Saving Plants that Save Lives

Unsustainable collection practices are threatening the survival of many of the plant species used in traditional and modern medicines. After three years of collaboration...
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Ten Millionth Tree Planted in Congo’s Gorilla Habitat

The World Wildlife Fund is celebrating the ten millionth tree planted around crucial endangered mountain gorilla habitat in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)....
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Congo Logging Company Goes “Green”

Timber companies are not always out to empty the rainforest of trees. In spite of all the hurdles, there are some companies working on...
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Coca-Cola Company Pledges to Replace the Water It Uses in Its Beverages and Their Production

The Coca-Cola Company pledged to replace the water it uses in its global beverage operations, and that of its franchise bottlers, as part of...
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Hope for Mountain Gorilla Survival

After a decade of conservation efforts, the mountain gorillas in Eastern Africa are showing a steady comeback. Results of a survey released today indicate...

Sony Joins Nike Cutting 10M Tons of Global Warming Gases

As nations gathered to discuss climate change in Paris, twelve major corporations recommitted their pledge, and reported they are on course to eliminate at...
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Black Rhino Numbers Up 20 Percent

Black rhino numbers are on the rise in Kenya after years of decline from poaching and habitat loss. According to officials, the country's black rhino...
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Rays of Hope in the Philippines

Nine manta rays were recently spotted for the first time in 20 years gliding through Basura, the internationally renowned dive site in the Philippines. “We...
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Reuniting Panda Populations Long Separated by Highway

Xi’an, China — Two isolated giant panda sub-populations that were fragmented by a national highway 23 years ago will be reunited by a new effort...
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Amur Tiger Cubs Born in Southeast Siberia for First Time in Over 100 Years

VLADIVOSTOK — The first birth of Amur tiger cubs in over a century has been reported in southeast Siberia, according to World Wildlife Fund. Scientists...

Valuable Borneo Forests Set Aside to Sustain Endangered Orangutans, Elephants and Rhinos

The government of the Malaysian state of Sabah announced Friday it will protect its most important remaining lowland forests on the island of Borneo....