Conservation and environmental news & publications: Tanzania
Tanzanian president leads crackdown on elephant poaching
“We are not going to allow our natural resources to be depleted,” Magufuli said.
The fight for Selous elephants By Attilio Tagalile
The fight for Selous elephants Every year, on September 22, Tanzania, through the Wildlife ...
Open letter: Uranium mine would damage Selous World Heritage site
In a powerful public appeal, the Tanzanian president has been advised to discontinue plans for ...
UN body urges protection of threatened World Heritage sites
Selous and Belize barrier reef remain on UNESCO List of World Heritage in Danger due to ...
Elephants could disappear from Tanzania World Heritage site within six years
Selous has been decimated by industrial-scale poaching.
Mabilioni village do away with darkness by adopting to energy mix
World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF-Tanzania) through its Energy programme together with the Same and ...
Case made for Participatory Forest Management
There is light at the end of the tunnel on how people can benefit from Participatory Forest ...
Tanzania deploys ‘eyes in the sky’ technology to combat poaching
In a desperate move to combat poaching Tanzania has embarked on the use of new technology to fight ...
Supporting livelihood for the East Usambara Communities
in November 2015 HE Mr. Pekka Hukka – Ambassador of Finland to Tanzania accompanied by Mr. Isaac ...
Looking at challenges to Sustainable Energy for All Action Agenda in Tanzania
The Sustainable Development Goals seek to ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and ...