Conservation and environmental news from Laos
Evaluation of the effectiveness of freshwater protected areas
Fish is a vital diet source for Lao particularly local communities who mostly rely on the natural ...
Wild tigers remain vulnerable to poaching in most protected areas
A recent preliminary assessment of 63 legally protected areas in seven tiger range countries shows ...
U.S. Embassy Supports WWF Efforts to Track the Mekong Giant Catfish
WWF, with an environmental grant from the U.S. Embassy, is undertaking a new study to determine ...
Unifying commitment for the critically endangered Mekong dolphins
The Cambodian Government and WWF will work together on a new strategy of joint efforts for ...
Mekong leaders new 10-year plan signals support for green economy
Leaders from the six countries of the Greater Mekong Subregion have affirmed their commitment to ...
New species discovered every two days in the Mekong
A new monkey, a self-cloning skink, five carnivorous plants, and a unique leaf warbler are among ...
Xayaburi dam delay pending further studies is a positive step
Ministers from the Mekong have agreed to delay a decision on building the controversial Xayaburi ...
Green growth takes centre stage at Greater Mekong Subregion forum
Government and civil society representatives from the six countries of the Greater Mekong Subregion ...
Make or break time for Mekong river as Xayaburi dam decision looms
Environment and water resource ministers from Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam meeting in Siem ...
World Premiere: First FSC certified rattan forest in Laos
Vientiane, Laos: The world’s first rattan forests have been certified according to the Forest ...
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