Conservation and environmental news from Laos
The Wetlands Alliance Programme
Over 100 million people in Vietnam, Thailand, Cambodia, and Lao PDR are heavily dependent upon ...
WWF team joins the 8th Technical Symposium on Mekong Fisheries in Ho Chi Minh City
The Mekong River Commission (MRC) Fisheries Programme recently organized the 8th Technical ...
Wild Masquerade 2006
WWF and TRAFFIC would like to invite you to join our first-ever Wild Masquerade, to be held at the ...
Illegal cargo of pangolins and freshwater turtles seized in Thailand
Authorities in Thailand recently confiscated an illegal shipment of pangolins and freshwater ...
Dolphin death toll mounting in Asia
The death of ten Irrawaddy dolphins in the Mekong River in Cambodia is raising serious concerns ...
Forests in Indochina receive FSC certification
Two natural forest areas in central Laos have been certified under the Forest Stewardship Council, ...
Investing in the Mekong region
WWF is urging the private sector to take a greater responsibility to ensure that economic ...
World's largest freshwater fish caught in the Mekong
Thai fishermen netted what is thought to be the world’s biggest freshwater fish in the Mekong ...
Mekong countries commit to environmentally sound economic development
Environment ministers from the Greater Mekong subregion commit to environmentally sound economic ...
"Land of the 100 elephants" aims to keep that promise...
Lao PDR is the original "Land of the 1000 Elephants" and following from the efforts by the Lao ...
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