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Loophole looms for illegal loggers ravaging Madagascar
An exceptional authorisation from the Malagasy transitional government for the export of raw and ...
Madagascar accused of profiting from illegal timber
Madagascar's cash-strapped government has opened the door for timber barons to plunder the Indian ...
International community calls for action against illegal logging in Madagascar
The international community and major conservation groups in Madagscar have issued a joint ...
Maminiaina Rasamoelina: "There is no routine in my job"
An interview with the WWF/GoodPlanet project leader
New Madagascar project to measure carbon savings from forest conservation
Up to 500,000 hectares of moist and spiny forests in Madagascar are to be protected or restored in ...
Study: Growing more rice with less water
A new method to grow rice could save hundreds of billions of cubic metres of water while increasing ...
Sea turtles threatened by rising seas
Sea turtles lay their eggs into the beach sand. Many return to the exact beaches that they were ...
Volunteering with the Vezo
At age 53, I had no illusions. I knew I would not be able to fulfill all the criteria mentioned in ...
Madagascar : Vers la gestion communautaire des ressources naturelles dans le corridor forestier Ranomafana – Andringitra
Le corridor forestier qui relie les Parcs Nationaux de Ranomafana et d'Andringitra s'étend sur une ...
Climate change top threat to world's coral reefs
More than two thirds of the world's reefs are severely damaged or under risk of further ...