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Indian scheme turning grandmothers into solar engineers in Madagascar
A group of seven elderly women have departed their villages in rural Madagascar for six months ...
Governments start to rein in ivory and rhino horn trade, give sharks and timbers better protection at wildlife trade meeting
A critical wildlife trade meeting closed Thursday with decisions from world governments to regulate ...
World`s valuable timbers protected against illegal trade
Precious ebony and rosewood timbers have secured protection
Its Full speed ahead for Fisheries policy and institutional reforms in the South West Indian Ocean
The Western Indian Ocean State’s efforts to help bring about improved marine fisheries reforms and ...
Solar PV power in harmony with nature – new WWF report says land requirements are insignificant
A new report released on the sidelines of the World Future Energy Summit here today, shows that ...
Most of my previous volunteer placements had concentrated on individual species conservation. I ...
WWF pushes CITES toward bold action to protect threatened species
WWF is urging governments to recognize the scale of threat posed by international wildlife crime, ...
WWF's position on oil, gas and mining
Oil and gas, and other extractive industries, represent important development opportunities for ...
Respecting life and diversity – clubs Vintsy for a sustainable society
131 students from 33 Clubs Vintsy visited Fianarantsoa, Antsirabe and Antananarivo last week. They ...
Over three hundred tortoises rescued following major poaching incident in Madagascar
Over 300 tortoises have been rescued from poachers and released back into the wild in two separate ...