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29
May
2009

BRINGING COEXISTENCE FOR TWO PARTIES

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  A media briefing was held by the Ministry of Environment and Natural resources on Tuesday the 26th of May at the Central Environment Authority inColombo to brief about the steps taken to solve the Human Elephant conflictin Sri Lanka.

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27
May
2009

RECORD MOUNTAINEER REACHES EVEREST PEAK WITH COPANHEGAN CLIMATE MESSAGE

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Kathmandu, Nepal – World record mountaineer Apa Sherpa reached the top of the Mount Everest today for the record 19th time and placed a WWF banner urging the world to take action against climate change.

The banner which he brought to the top of the world at around 0800 local time calls to "Stop Climate Change - Let the Himalayas Live!"

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27
May
2009

A DECADE OF WET LAND PROTECTION

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Catamarca, Argentina - Declaration of the high Andes home to two of the three species of Andean flamingos marks WWF’s delivery of a “crazy, unrealistic pledge” to deliver 100 million hectares of new protected wetlands in a decade.

 

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27
May
2009

COME TO THE FETE THAT COULD SAVE THE CLIMATE

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We've made some progress on the coal campaign in the last few weeks with Climate and Energy Minister Ed Miliband finally ruling out any new coal-fired power stations that don't capture a proportion of the carbon they emit. But that's not nearly enough to save the climate.

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27
May
2009

GREEN EXPLORER

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We all love to travel, but in today's world of global warming flying to far-flung destinations around the globe comes at a price, especially to the environment. To help give more information to the eco-conscious traveller, WWF has teamed up with Nokia to provide tips and advice on how to travel clean and live green. On Nokia's Green Explorer website. This web site will enable the public to travel to destinatinations with more eco friendly manner

 
27
May
2009

EXTINCTION SUCKS

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 Extinction Sucks is a new online wildlife series co-produced by WWF that follows the real life adventures of 2 Australians as they raise funds to help save endangered species around the world. The duo put on sports events, enter dance competitions, hold garage sales and do just about anything to support wildlife conservation projects in Nepal, New Zealand, Vietnam, India and beyond.


 

 
27
May
2009

IS IT THE END OF THE LINE FOR FISH


 

After its successful international premiere at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival in Utah, The End of the Line is finally coming to UK cinema screens. Based on environmental journalist Charles Clover's book, it's a disturbing and powerful film about one of the world's most shockingly ignored problems - overfishing.

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