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Pour une filière charbon pérenne dans le Mahafaly

Saviez-vous qu’entre 1973 et 2013, le Paysage Mahafaly a perdu 40% de sa couverture forestière ? Le Paysage Mahafaly, c’est entre autres choses la plus grande étendue de forêt épineuse de Madagascar. Il contient le pourcentage le plus élevé d’espèces végétales endémiques du pays, et 95% de ces espèces ne se trouvent nulle part ailleurs sur […]

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Madagascar Climate Leader : Hermann Fanomezantsoa

Madagascar’s Seedlings Hermann Fanomezantsoa realized he had a role to play to protect the environment at a very young age. His passion for conservation began when he was just 14. Even then I saw that the rainfall patterns were disrupted. People were destroying the forest without worrying about the consequences, destroyed forests were not replaced, […]

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Madagascar Climate Leaders : Danny Kornelio

An Activist Moving Oceans 29-year-old Danny Kornelio is an outgoing oceanographer with the Institute of Fishery and Marine Sciences in Toliara, Madagascar. Fascinated by coral reef ecosystems, he has observed, for many years, the pressures on the Toliara Great Reef and is troubled by the changes he has seen. “Now, with the difficulty of daily […]

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Madagascar Climate Leaders : Nanti Andriantsoavina

“To all young Malagasy, stand up and speak” As 22-year old Mailinantenaina (Nanti) Andriantsoavina traveled around Madagascar she kept seeing the same image over and over again – burnt out landscapes, sections of forest blackened by bushfires, ribbons of smoke rising up over woods in the distance. A curious and passionate student of communications, Nanti […]

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On the brink…

A statement from WWF’s Head of Delegation: Tasneem Essop We’re only a day away from the deadline set by the French COP President for the delivery of the final agreement text. Ministers now have to knuckle down and work to ensure that we have a strong outcome in Paris. We are at a crossroads – we […]

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