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Amazing images from the 2013 Photo Contest!
WWF Madagascar and Western Indian Ocean Program Office held its first ever national photo contest ...
Photo contest: The picture that tells a story
In fifty years of environmental conservation and protection in Madagascar, we have seen millions of ...
Good news for sharks at Indian Ocean Tuna Commission meeting
WWF welcomes the adoption of key conservation measures for oceanic white-tip sharks, whale sharks ...
Urgent action needed to halt increased trafficking of critically endangered tortoises
Over a thousand critically endangered Madagascar tortoises have been seized during trafficking ...
Continued trafficking of endemic tortoises risks undoing decades of efforts to conserve Madagascar’s natural heritage
In the first three months of 2013 only, 1026 individuals of the two most famous Malagasy tortoise ...
The inspiration of one hour goes beyond the hour
WWF’s Earth Hour has just concluded another record sweep around our planet from Samoa on one side ...
Cyclone victims in Madagascar get help with Earth Hour wood stoves
Earth Hour commemorations in Madagascar had as their highlight the distribution of one ...
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