Conservation and environmental news & publications: Tanzania
Tanzania arrests 'queen of ivory' in major blow against wildlife crime
The Tanzanian authorities have struck a major blow against elephant poaching and ivory smuggling by ...
TRAFFIC Job Advertisement within its East Africa Programme
TRAFFIC has a challenging new position of Wildlife Trade Project Officer within its East Africa ...
Tanzania ready to adapt REDD+ programme after completion of its pilot project
Tanzania government is satisfied with the results of the REDD+ pilot project which was implemented ...
CSOs raise a voice to the Government on Sustainable Energy for all Action Agenda
Civil Society Organisations in Tanzania have urged the government to make sure there is access to ...
Almost a third of all natural World Heritage Sites under threat of oil, gas and mining exploration
Investors warned to assess risk of backing extractive companies threatening sites.
WWF Mara River Basin Water Conservation Initiatives Praised
The Vice President of Tanzania Dr. Mohammed Gharib Bilal has been impressed by conservation ...
Tanzania Commemorates National Elephant Day
On 22nd September 2015 the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism of the United Republic of ...
Communities get a tool for Monitoring Environmental Performance of Oil & Gas companies
The Citizens’ tool for Monitoring Environmental Performance of Oil & Gas companies is an instrument ...
Tanzania gears up to adopt the 'Sustainable Energy for all' Initiative
Tanzania is among 14 countries in Africa that are now adopting the Sustainable Energy for all- ...
Sustainable Water Access and Use for Ruaha Upstream and Downstream Communities
WWF Tanzania’s Ruaha Water Program is promoting integration of local communities and the Private ...