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To protect nature and the environment is an "inter-generational" commitment that mobilizes today's young people as well. 23 days before the ...
"My generation has failed to respond to the dramatic challenge of global warming. It's normal for young people to be angry."
Frequently unknown to city people, wetlands are vital to cities. Wetlands reduce flooding by acting like giant sponges that absorb floods.
Natural resources (and more widely the ecosystems that shelter them) are the basis of Madagascar's development.
The issue of governance of natural resources involves the participation of all relevant stakeholders at national, regional and local levels.
Welcome to the United Nations decade of ecosystem restoration, the international decade of ocean science for sustainable development, the decade of ...
In the face of a changing climate and related shocks and impacts, WWF seeks to enhance sustainable development
The WWF Africa Adaptation Initiative (AAI) is an initiative that encourages mainstreaming of climate change adaptation within WWF offices in ...
"It's time to act" was the theme of the 25th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, which has just ...
The twenty-fifth United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP25, is the global decision-making instance dedicated to climate issues.
The grasshopper of Menabe, scientific name Tetefortina lohenae is "a rare grasshopper and endemic to the West coast of Madagascar (Menabe region).