Conservation and environmental news: Greater Mekong
Timber Trade Legality Receives Boost in Laos
WWF-Laos and the Lao government strengthen timber trade regulations to protect Lao forests.
Statement from WWF-Cambodia on Reports That Don Sahong Dam Construction is Imminent
The Laos National Assembly has approved the concession agreement to begin construction of the Don ...
Thailand’s first ivory destruction sends a crushing message of zero tolerance to wildlife criminals
At a solemn ceremony in Bangkok, the Thai Government today destroyed over two tonnes of illegal ...
Should Our Geography Textbook Be Rewritten?
Vietnam's Mekong Delta is shrinking as sand mining and dams stop sediment from replacing land lost ...
World unites to fight wildlife crime as UN adopts historic resolution
Faced with an unprecedented surge in wildlife crime, the UN today adopted a historic resolution ...
A Life in Exchange for the Forest
Despite being shot 8 times in a fight with poachers, Pichian Thongtha remains dedicated to ...
Former Illegal Forester Now Celebrated Forest Guard
Nguyen Huu Hoa used to illegally harvest non-timber products from the forest, but what he saw there ...
On Global Tiger Day, WWF Calls for Tigers to Return to Cambodia
On Global Tiger Day, WWF-Cambodia highlights the Cambodian government's plan to reintroduce tigers ...
Proposed border checkpoint and road threaten critical Cambodian forest and wildlife
A proposed border checkpoint and road at Kbal Damrei, on Cambodia's border with Vietnam, may harm ...
China signals end to domestic ivory market during destruction of illegal stockpile
The Chinese government indicated at the end of May that it was planning to eventually phase out its ...
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