- 08:39 26/03/2013
Deep snow covered by ice crust has led to deaths of many wild hoofed animals of various species in Far Eastern woodlands, the Amur branch of WWF Russia said on Tuesday.
- 21:48 25/02/2013
The innocent act of buying furniture in America may make you an unwitting accomplice to Russia’s logging mafia, the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) said on Monday.
- 17:51 19/02/2013
World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Russia and BBDO Moscow PR agency announced on Tuesday the launch of an online project to gather donations for the protection of polar bears.
- 18:11 24/01/2013
Illegal logging in Russia’s Far Eastern Khabarovsk Territory has cost the state over 500 million rubles (about $17 million) in damage since 2010, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Russia said on Thursday.
- 17:37 07/12/2012
The Russian authorities scored a high-profile success when they intercepted 49 rare falcons destined for two Arab sheikhs’ birdhouses, but the rate at which rare species are trafficked out of the country remains dangerously high, environmentalists say.
- 19:48 13/11/2012
A local hunter was convicted of deliberately killing an Amur tiger in the Russian Far East on Tuesday, the near-unique verdict following a tricky investigation that took two years to complete.
- 19:04 25/10/2012
The portion of the Aral Sea inside Kazakhstan and the Syr Darya River that feeds it have been put on the list of wetlands of international importance protected under the Ramsar Convention, WWF Russia said on Thursday.
- 15:25 23/10/2012
It is cheaper to send a rocket into space than to drill a single oil well in the Arctic Sea.1
- 14:54 18/09/2012
It all began when then-Russian Deputy Prime Minister Sergei Ivanov saw a movie about leopards.1
- 17:22 15/05/2012
Russia could completely eliminate the need for expensive and environmentally risky offshore drilling in the Arctic if it only improved the energy efficiency of its housing, WWF experts said at a press conference in Moscow on Tuesday.
- 13:02 02/05/2012
Russian environmental activists have praised Russia's eco-policy recently approved by President Dmitry Medvedev but said they were expecting the implementation of the plans outlined in the document.
- 02:55 27/12/2011
WWF Russia will put satellite tracking devices on Atlantic walruses next year to suggest specific walrus conservation measures to oil companies drilling in the area.
- 20:25 14/12/2011
A census of Russian polar bears could cost up to $60 million, World Wildlife Fund (WWF) Russia said on Wednesday.
- 03:24 15/11/2011
Under a new program by WWF Russia, Russian individuals and companies can become a polar bear foster parent for a one-time contribution of 30,000 rubles (about $1,000).