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Malagasy Frontier Police seize Indonesia-bound shipment of ‘world’s rarest’ tortoises
Antananarivo—Authorities in Madagascar on Monday arrested two men and seized close to 200 of some ...
New WWF MWIOPO newsletter
WWF MWIOPO is pleased to present its newsletter "Newsbites" for April-June 2011.
Sustainable development - what does it really mean?
Written by 2010 Explore! Volunteer Cara Brook - Sustainable development. It’s a term that I heard ...
Madagascar wildlife on sale in Thailand
Thailand’s pet dealers are supplying large numbers of Madagascar’s most threatened reptiles and ...
New Madagascar species discovered weekly, many already endangered
Antananarivo, June 6th – Scientists in Madagascar discovered more than 615 species, including 41 ...
The Female Liberation Movement in Ivohibe
In 2006, a woman called Razafindrafara Honorine became president of a COBA (a community based ...
Transferring natural resource management to local communities
Everyone in Fiadanana and Ankarinoro showed up when the two local communities celebrated their ...
The human cost of climate change in southern Madagascar
According to the World Bank, Madagascar has seen a 10 percent increase in temperature and a 10 ...
Sustainable Land Management in the Arid South of Madagascar
The arid south of Madagascar, from the calcareous plateau of Mahafaly to the Greater south of the ...
Marine park bolsters community facing climate change
Since 2007, the entire island group of Nosy Hara, Madagascar, has been under MPA (Marine Protected ...