Conservation and environmental news from Laos
Toothless laws encourage rising demand for pangolin
Rising demand for pangolins, mostly from mainland China, compounded by lax laws is wiping out the ...
Mekong dolphins on the brink of extinction
Pollution in the Mekong River has pushed the local population of Irrawaddy dolphins to the brink of ...
Governments take action to protect Mekong giant
The Governments of Lao PDR and Thailand have declared an early end to the 2009 Mekong giant catfish ...
WWF and the Lao Govt. sign an agreement to strengthen local park management
A two year project for improving the Xe Pian National Protected Area management was signed today in ...
WWF and Lao Govt. sign an agreement to push for sustainable rattan industry
A new plan for the sustainable production of rattan in Laos and the Mekong region was signed today ...
Sustainable rattan harvesting benefits life in Laos
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Rattan program protects Greater Mekong forests, boosts local economies
A new sustainable rattan program recently launched by WWF will help save the remaining forests of ...
Stronger push for sustainable rattan production in the Greater Mekong region gives new hope to the forests
Hanoi, Vietnam: A new program for sustainable production of rattan in the Greater Mekong region was ...
Elephants under threat as illegal ivory price soars in Viet Nam
Indochina’s few surviving elephants are under increasing threat from booming illegal ivory prices ...
Greater Mekong a biological treasure trove: more than 1000 new species discovered in a decade
Over a thousand new species have been discovered in the Greater Mekong Region of Southeast Asia in ...
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