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La voix des mangroves du Melaky pour une conservation plus efficace

« Feon’ny Ala Hoko » ou la voix des mangroves, est le nom de l’émission concoctée par l’équipe du WWF et l’antenne régionale de la radio nationale malgache à Maintirano, dans le paysage Manambolo-Tsiribihina. La radio est le premier média de la région pour sensibiliser la population sur les questions relatives à la conservation selon […]

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Madagascar Climate Leader : Abdallah

Remaking the Mangroves The last few years have not been kind to Abdallah. He lives in Ankazomborona, a small village near Ambilobe, and part of WWF’s Northern Mozambique Channel landscape, where the results from his trade, fishing, have been declining in recent years. A Family Tradition He learned to fish from his father. And his […]

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Madagascar’s COP21 commitments

The document that lists Madagascar’s commitments to address climate Change, and for COP21 was finalized last September. The document listing these commitments is now available online and was made by the Climate Change Coordination National Office  (BNCCC) within the Ministry of Environment, Ecology, Sea and Forests. As a part of the Thematic Group on Climate […]

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5 things you should know about COP21

What is COP21? It’s the 21st Conference of parties (COP) at the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC). This conference will be held in Paris from November 30th to December 11th 2015, and will bring together global political leaders from 190 countries, including Madagascar. The COP21 is an international conference on climate change […]

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New boats and new hope for Nosy Hara fishermen

The coral reefs in the Marine Protected Area of Nosy Hara, in Northwest Madagascar are among the best preserved reefs in all the Northern Mozambique Channel. Analyses done between 2011 and 2013 to determine the areas vulnerability to climate change have highlighted early signs of the overexploitation of the reefs: poor biomass, abundant juvenile fish,a […]

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