Conservation and environmental news & publications: Tanzania
WWF statement on rhinos at CITES
Carlos Drews in response to decisions from world governments to offer better protection for rhinos
Its Full speed ahead for Fisheries policy and institutional reforms in the South West Indian Ocean
The Western Indian Ocean State’s efforts to help bring about improved marine fisheries reforms and ...
New agreement between South Africa and Viet Nam - A turning point in tackling rhino poaching crisis, say WWF, TRAFFIC
A pivotal moment in efforts to tackle the current rhino poaching crisis took place today as the ...
Tana River Delta Ramsar Site Status a Plus for Coastal East Africa
Countries fail to protect endangered species from illegal trade
Poor performances by key countries are threatening the survival of wild rhinos, tigers and ...
JOINT STATEMENT ON THE STATUS OF ELEPHANT POPULATION IN SELOUS –NIASSA ECOSYSTEM
A new agreement between Mozambique and Tanzania to share aerial survey results is expected to ...
Towards a Green Economy in Coastal East Africa
Coastal East Africa has a current population of over 20 million people living along coastal forests ...
AfDB and WWF to launch Africa Ecological Footprint Report
The African Development Bank (AfDB) and global conservation group WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature) ...
WWF International Board reports on incidences of fraud in Tanzania
The Board of WWF International has released a report on the incidences of fraud in Tanzania.
Towards a Green Economy in Mozambique, Tanzania and Kenya
In June 2012, Rio de Janeiro will be the stage for the UN Summit “Rio + 20” that will reflect on ...