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- Democratic Republic of the Congo
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Reforesting Madagascar and transforming the red island into a green island, this has been the commitment of the State for Madagascar.
The 26th UN Climate Change Conference concluded on November 12 with weak decisions in a number of important areas, including adaptation, loss and ...
Letter to readers of Max Fontaine
From October 31 to November 12, 2021, governments are meeting to address the most pressing issues of our time in Glasgow, UK.
We will never stop reminding ourselves that Madagascar has a unique and rich biodiversity.
This October 29, we will celebrate National Lemur Day under the theme: "Lemurs: treasure of the forest, not to be consumed or domesticated." So, this ...
Local communities are increasingly engaged in nature conservation.
This September 27, we will celebrate the World Tourism Day.
"It is unequivocal that human influence has warmed the atmosphere, the oceans and the land"
The African Wildlife Foundation, in collaboration with the African YMCA Alliance, the World Scout Movement and the WWF Consortium, seeks to recognize ...
The mangroves of Madagascar with an area of approximately 236,402 ha (WWF, 2019) are one of the most productive ecosystems of the big island.
This July 26, we will celebrate the international day for the conservation of mangroves ecosystems.