Conservation and environmental news & publications: Tanzania
2015 African Ecological Futures Report makes celebrating and sustaining natural resources a centrepiece for sustainable development
WWF in collaboration with the African Development Bank today launched a far-reaching 2015 African ...
Tanzania making good progress in conservation but challenges abound
This year’s 7th World Water Forum was held in Daegu and Gyeongbuk, Republic of Korea, from April 12 ...
Kenya launches first wildlife forensic laboratory in East and Central Africa
Kenya Wildlife Service has launched Eastern and Central Africa’s first Wildlife forensic and ...
Water for Sustainable Development
WWF Tanzania Mara Water Programme marked the water week by participating in water exhibitions ...
Aerial checks against Poachers to start soon
Use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) or Smart Planes to intensify anti-poaching patrols in ...
COMMUNITIES BENEFIT FROM FOREST CONSERVATION
Residents of at least six villages from three districts in Coast and Lindi regions in Tanzania are ...
Tanzania and Kenya Sign Forestry MoU
A new forest cooperation agreement between Tanzania and Kenya is set to improve the effectiveness ...
Earth Hour 2015 in Tanzania
WWF Tanzania and ICLEI Africa recently partnered with the municipal councils in Arusha, Moshi and ...
Access to modern forms of energy remains a challenge
WORLDWIDE, 1.6 billion people lack access to electricity and 2.4 billion people lack modern fuels ...
Job Annoucement - Director Communications, Marketing and Fundraising, Africa
Location: WWF office in Nairobi, Kenya.