Conservation and environmental news: Greater Mekong
Game-changing ivory ban takes effect but further efforts needed to ensure long-term gains
New research released today by WWF and TRAFFIC reveal that China’s elephant ivory trade ban has had ...
Laos Closes Down Illegal Wildlife Trade Shops at Don Sao Market in the Golden Triangle
Lao Government law enforcement officers have shut down illegal wildlife trade in four shops at Don ...
WWF Statement Regarding the Laos Dam Disaster
WWF sends condolences to those who lost their lives and homes in the collapse of the dam in ...
With less than 30% of Greater Mekong’s forests remaining, new WWF report highlights efforts by people and communities trying to stop the devastation
The Greater Mekong region, once the world’s most densely forested area, has lost a third of its ...
Lao Prime Minister’s Order Gives New Hope for Wildlife
The new Order by Laos’ Prime Minister on the management and inspection of prohibited wild fauna and ...
First record of large-antlered muntjac in Quang Nam, Vietnam, in the wild provides new hope for the survival of this species
Scientists and conservationists of the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research ...
Avery Dennison launches Southeast Asia forestry project in Vietnam
The Avery Dennison Foundation, the global philanthropic arm of Avery Dennison Corporation, has ...
Hope for Critically Endangered Mekong River Dolphins as Population Increases for First Time
After decades of seemingly irreversible decline, results from a WWF and Government of Cambodia ...
As Taiwan announces ivory ban, WWF urges governments across Asia to join conservation efforts
WWF welcomes Taiwan’s announcement on its plan to ban domestic ivory trade effective starting 1 ...
Leading Tech Companies Unite to Stop Online Wildlife Traffickers
The world’s leading e-commerce, technology and social media companies are joining forces with ...
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