Topic: World Wide Fund for Nature
The number of rhinos in Nepal was declining rapidly just a couple years ago, but increased security and the help of locals have reversed that trend.
06/23/2011 04:38 pm
The tiger population of India grew by 300 in the past four years. But this week 13 Asian nations are meeting to discuss ways to save the last remaining tigers.
03/31/2011 10:35 am
Two weeks of Cancún climate change talks ended Saturday, with a vague deal to help poor countries deal with climate change and the original Kyoto Protocol all but dead.
12/12/2010 01:57 pm
Tiger trade: The markets, in an area of northeastern Myanmar controlled by the Wa minority, are considered one of the world's hot spots for wildlife trafficking, and among the only places left where tiger parts are openly sold.
11/19/2010 12:59 pm
Representatives of 13 countries are meeting in Russia to outline plans to double the wild tiger population, currently as low as 3,200.
11/19/2010 08:17 am
Dracula fish: Some 145 new species discovered in Southeast Asia's Mekong River last year are highlighted in a new WWF International report.
10/08/2010 12:57 pm
Hungary's toxic red sludge spill reached the Danube today at toxicity levels beyond what environmentalists expected. Will it threaten the Black Sea?
10/07/2010 06:16 pm
RouteRank lets travelers plan trips with carbon footprints in mind. The Swiss up-and-comer is already big in Europe. Will Americans say goodbye to Priceline and Orbitz for the greener option?
09/28/2010 03:29 pm
Poaching of African rhinos has risen 2,000 percent in the past three years, says the World Wildlife Fund. Rhino horns fetch up to $30,000 per pound.
09/26/2010 11:31 pm
As part of a China energy crackdown to meet efficiency targets, leaders are directing 2,000 factories to close. But it appears many of the locales have already been shuttered.
08/11/2010 11:33 am