Conservation and environmental news: Bolivia
A tree that will remain alive…
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South American dolphin survey wraps up in Bolivia
South America’s first-ever river dolphin census through the Amazon and Orinoco Rivers has come to ...
Soldiers in Bolivia’s Armed Forces stationed in Beni receive environmental training
Trinidad - On September 4th, National Protected Areas Day in Bolivia, the Prefecture of Beni ...
September 4th: National Protected Areas Day in Bolivia
On August 26th, 2005, the Bolivian Government, through Supreme Decree No. 28315, officially ...
It has been 2 years since the declaration of Bruno Racua Wildlife Reserve in the Bolivian Amazon
Only two years after its categorization, the Bruno Racua Wildlife Reserve, located in Pando ...
Insufficient protection of crop diversity centres threatens world food security
While protected areas such as national parks have been established to conserve charismatic animal ...
“Un Árbol (One Tree) Bolivia” continues generating benefits
Un Árbol (One Tree) Bolivia successfully came to a close after the art work was exhibited and sold ...
Counting River Dolphins
From Colombia to Bolivia
Indigenous community in Bolivia gets fair deal for their sustainable timber
Santa Cruz, Bolivia – In a move to improve living standards and protect forest resources, an ...
CITES: Tropical tree left stranded
On the fourth day of the CITES Conference, the European Union withdrew its proposal to include ...