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WWF Conservation Projects in Madagascar
Madagascar and West Indian Ocean Programme Office (MWIOPO)
Saya de Malha Banks – Establishment of a High Seas MPA
The Saya de Malha Banks is part of the Mascarene Plateau which constitutes an underwater ridge connecting Seychelles and Mauritius. The Saya de Malha ...
Financing mechanisms and profitable income-generating activities in the new National Park
The Fandriana Marolambo landscape on Madagascar covers almost 200,000 hectares and consists of grasslands, savannas and forests. It is home to many ra...
Latest Madagascar News
High hopes as world leaders meet to agree global survival plan
UN summit to place environment alongside economic and social development
Failing fisheries and poor ocean health starving human food supply – tide must turn
Populations of fish critical to human food security are in serious decline worldwide, according to ...
Eastern and Southern African countries announce groundbreaking move to curb regional illegal timber trade
Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Madagascar and Mozambique will jointly combat illegal timber trade in ...
Islamic Declaration boosts moral arguments to act on climate change
Only by working with each other can we save the planet
It is Now or Never
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The Mangroves are at Risk. We (Youth) can be the Answer
Mangrove ecosystems are full of biodiversity.
Earth Overshoot Day: humanity exceeds nature's budget for 2015
In less than eight months, humanity has used up nature’s budget for the entire year, with carbon ...
La vie d'un enfant à Beheloke
Au coeur des communautés Vezo, on voit beaucoup d'enfants. Quand vous marchez à la plage, ils sont ...
A Child's Life in Beheloke
One of the most visible features of Vezo communities are the children. When you walk to the beach ...
Lessons From Nature: What We Can Learn from the Spiny Forest
“Plants are doing it. We should too,” said Navi, a fellow WWF volunteer, after discovering in Life ...