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Rare turtle sets Japanese precedent
Japan is asking the world’s governments to help protect the Ryukyu black-breasted leaf turtle.
Bolivia designates world’s largest protected wetland
To mark the annual World Wetlands Day, the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International ...
Global fashion company H&M tackles business and environmental risk with cutting-edge water strategy
Fashion retailer H&M says its new water strategy will minimize water impacts throughout its ...
Regional cooperation on Mekong River in tatters
Ministers from Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam meeting next week in the Lao city of Luang ...
Drava-Mura confluence will remain unspoilt
A highly controversial river regulation project that would have turned the Drava-Mura confluence on ...
Yangtze finless porpoise population declines
A total of 380 Yangtze finless porpoise have been visually identified during a survey expedition ...
In the Mekong, science – not guesswork – must prevail
The Xayaburi dam would be the first dam on the lower Mekong mainstream, and could well open the ...
Shipping, overfishing pushing Yangtze finless porpoise towards extinction
The number of endangered finless porpoise spotted in an ongoing research expedition along the ...
Legal decision gives a break for conservation of the Tapajos basin in the Brazilian Amazon
Debate over the construction of more dams in the Amazon heats up
Tana River Delta Ramsar Site Status a Plus for Coastal East Africa