Conservation and environmental news & publications: Tanzania
Sea turtles threatened by rising seas
Sea turtles lay their eggs into the beach sand. Many return to the exact beaches that they were ...
Tanzania's disappearing timber revenue
Millions of dollars worth of timber revenue is being lost each year in Tanzania because of poor ...
Factsheet: African Elephant
A powerful symbol of nature, the world's largest land animal is still under threat.
New studies find high species concentration in east African mountains
Studies published this month in a scientific journal document an amazingly high concentration of ...
WWF report on climate change impacts in East Africa
WWF review of the scientific literature of climate change impacts on East Africa
Climate change restricts development in Africa
As governments gather in Kenya for the second Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol, WWF ...
Banking on conservation in Tanzania
From the highlands to the coast, local communities in Tanzania are managing their natural resources ...
Illegal ivory seized in Taiwan
Taiwanese authorities have confiscated more than five tonnes of ivory within three days, marking ...
Factsheet: African Rhinoceros
Just 150 years ago, Africa's savannas teemed with rhinos and other wildlife. However, relentless ...
Time to clean up the chemicals in Africa
WWF Global Toxics Programme Director Clifton Curtis writes on a strategic approach to chemical ...