Conservation and environmental news from Laos
Bolikhamxay rattan weavers learn to write business plans
On May 13th and 14th, WWF-Laos’ rattan project team delivered training on how to develop business ...
Testing Sustainable Financing for Conservation in the Greater Mekong
WWF’s Carbon and Biodiversity (CarBi) project is tackling the drivers of forest loss in the Central ...
Students debate forest preservation and livelihood improvement in Laos
Students of the National University of Laos’ Faculty of Law and Political Science (FLP) today took ...
Guardians of the Forest
March 21st is International Day of Forests, a global celebration of forests and all types of trees. ...
Siphandone project looks forward to 2015
On January 29th, WWF-Laos’ Siphandone project team and members of its steering committee gathered ...
Preserve of the Wild: protecting the elephants of Nam Pouy
Worshipped for centuries, the mighty Asian elephant once roamed the scrub forests of Asia, from ...
World Ranger Day: New ranger initiative set to improve welfare and protect endangered species
In response to the urgent poaching crisis, International Ranger Federation, Ranger Federation of ...
Global Tiger Day 2014 – Global Wild Tiger Numbers Unknown
Wild tigers face the risk of extinction in some countries due to a lack of information.
New species discoveries in the Greater Mekong
A giant flying squirrel, a skydiving gecko, a fish that mates head-to-head, and an eyeless ...
WWF launches first-ever book on Mekong rattan species
Endemic to Cambodia, Pdao Bonla Dong Penh and Pdao Teuk Kmum are among 65 rattan species found in ...
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