wondering why repeated protests and case studies provided by WWF in the past ten years regarding destruction of wildlife habitat by these flood control construction projects and yet the government just does not give a damn....
you may not believe what I say, but WWF did not ever declare that they do not take political sides, whilst Greenpeace did, and in fact every environmental NGO should have done that.
There are a lot of controversies regarding towards the management and administration of WWF, and how they are not achieving what they said they planned to do.
The fact that WWF does these awards or managements in a high profile means that the local governments have time to hide what they did, and when the WWF event comes, they claim that nothing happened whilst villagers complain about it.
These incidents are also increasing in recent years.
There are also increasing evidences on WWF partnering with companies which take part in the destruction of certain wild lives.
WWF has also been giving presidency without going through a strict examination.
I'm not saying that other NGOs are without their weaknesses, but this is certainly way off.
WWF has never ever provided any laws or regulations as a guide towards fisheries, and the krill incident I posted earlier on this forum is probably making use of the loop hole.
PS: I am not saying this in behalf of Greenpeace and Greenpeace does not hold any grudge towards WWF.
The above is gathered from newspapers, and marine conservation societies, especially Blue Planet Society.
http://www.guardian.co.uk/enviro ... nable-timber-scheme
http://wildlifenews.co.uk/2012/a ... es-elephant-huntin/
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