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WWF

abbreviation for
(Environmental Science) Worldwide Fund for Nature
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Although the appointment of these officers has been declared 'illegal from the first day, higher-ups at the WWF have granted them permission to leave the department instead of taking any action against them.
The WWF Russia wants to work in Nagorno-Karabakh through WWF Azerbaijan," she noted.
Additional focus areas include encouraging residents in the Danube-Carpathian region to support WWF and its priorities through their lifestyle choices.
VU and WWF will also organize joint seminars and workshops to mark environmentally important days at the VU campuses along with capacity building and exposure events for the VU students and faculty.
We must work as one to transform our country into a living space our children will appreciate" shared Montinola during WWF Partners' Night, an annual gathering of the top WWF supporters in the Philippines.
WWF plans to independently monitor APP's wood sourcing and forestry activities for compliance with its commitments and regularly update stakeholders on the findings.
The Welsh arm of the world's leading environmental and conservation charity is launching its Be the Star of WWF Cymru's Election Campaign at this year's Royal Welsh Show in Builth Wells on Tuesday, July 20.
Steve Ertel, senior director of media relations and external communications for WWF, said WWF-US was using all its social media presences, including Twitter and Facebook, to handle the situation.
The WWF study argues that 400,000 people are employed directly in renewable energy, with a further 2.
WWF and other environmental groups are working on public education and legal campaigns to try to reform the international sugar trade.
Donated pennies can be sent to WWF for the 2002/2003 campaign through August 31, 2003.
The WWF released a report Thursday saying the Group of Eight (G-8) developed countries and China bought a combined 53 million cubic meters of timber and wood products -- including pulp, paper and wooden furniture -- through illegal sources.