Worldwide Fund for Nature


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Worldwide Fund for Nature:

see World Wildlife FundWorld Wildlife Fund
(WWF), international organization formed to raise money for conservation projects, est. 1961. The international organization, believing that its name no longer reflected the scope of its activities, became the Worldwide Fund for Nature
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The Duke said the Worldwide Fund for Nature, of which he is president, is urging governments to create a global network of marine protected areas to safeguard critical habitats and as an insurance policy against the consequences of over-fishing.
Steve Howard, of the Worldwide Fund for Nature said: "Dr Cunningham's office has bought this furniture without any consideration at all of the environmental impact.
The Worldwide Fund for Nature's biggest fund-raising event takes place on Sunday, October 6, at Glasgow Zoo.
The Agriculture section of the WorldWide Fund for Nature (WWF) believes Europe's countryside is under threat and that the Member States face a simple choice: they can either take some sensible steps to make European Agriculture a bit more environmentally friendly or they can continue to pour subsidies into intensive farming.
The CyberTiger has been created by the Worldwide Fund For Nature and is found on the organisation's website and a special CD-ROM.
The Worldwide Fund for Nature is striving to protect the few remaining unspoilt beaches.
Lord Gilbert, whose wife Jean is a Worldwide Fund for Nature fundraiser, has a record for defending wildlife.
This summer, a new app from WWF (The Worldwide Fund for Nature) called Seek takes things into the real world.
Around 300 million tons of plastic are produced every year, according to the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF), with much of it ending up in landfills or polluting the seas in what has become a growing international crisis.
Around 300 million tonnes of plastic are produced every year, according to the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF), with much of it ending up in landfills or polluting the seas, in what has become a growing international crisis.
(MBCFI) and the Worldwide Fund for Nature (WWF) Philippines.

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