Conservation and environmental news: Greater Mekong
Planting Trees to Have a Forest
Currently, Thailand 's forests areas are decreasing with the present number at a mere 56,443,200 ...
Put up your doucs: Endangered monkeys fight off extinction in Vietnam
A team of scientists from WWF and Conservation International has discovered the world’s largest ...
Preventing human-elephant conflict in Cambodia
The Pou Chrey Corridor in Cambodia’s Mondulkiri Province connects key habitat for Asian elephant ...
Searching for the secret of sustainable rattan use
Non Timber Forest Products (NTFPs) are important resources for local Cambodian communities, as they ...
WWF teams up with national park in Vietnam to secure marine biodiversity
WWF and Vietnam’s Con Dao National Park announce plans to conserve marine biodiversity off the ...
Rare aquatic turtles still found on the Xe Kong River in Lao PDR
A rare species of soft-shelled turtle recently rediscovered in Cambodia is still well known to ...
Lights! Camera! Italy! WWF Film Screens at International Film Festival
Was it really possible that I was going to Palermo, Italy to screen a video that I had put my heart ...
‘Turtle mania’ puts WWF Cambodia on the world media stage
In May, the world’s media beat a path to WWF Cambodia’s door – to cover the story of a soft shelled ...
Community given ownership of forest
After a participatory process of assessment of forest resources, mapping, and determining a ...
Fish Conservation Zones support local livelihoods and aquatic biodiversity
Since December 2006, the WWF Community Fisheries Project (ComFish) has been implementing activities ...
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