Articles & Stories
Most recent articles and interviews
Low energy light bulbs in Madagascar - a significant step towards energy efficiency
We have an obligation to provide energy to those who need it, but burning more fossil fuels in the ...
UNIMA Group and WWF Madagascar join forces to promote best practices in the private sector
This partnership, fruit of a common vision between the two entities, wants to promote a sustainable ...
900’000 trees planted in Madagascar’s dry South West
It’s not an easy life in Ankilimalinike, a small town in Madagascar’s arid spiny forest ...
Adapting farming to combat climate change in Madagascar - the story of Emile Jean
Emile Jean lives in Tsiandriona Nord, a small village belonging to the rural community of ...
A day of hope for Madagascar’s rainforests
After two years of continuous lobbying against illegal logging of precious hardwoods, which hit ...
Enterprising women in peanut fields
Madame Philomène stands in the middle of a steep peanut field. She pulls out weeds and checks the ...
Here comes the forest police!
Better law enforcement and the promotion of alternative activities are crucial to halt the clearing ...
Malagasy authorities arrest smugglers, seize 196 endangered tortoises
Two men face trial in Antananarivo, Madagascar for trying to smuggle nearly 200 of some of the ...
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.