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December 11, 2007
Has the Yew Tide Turned?
A recent TRAFFIC report, Trade and conservation of Taxus in China, sheds light on China’s role in the continuing and unsustainable trade in wild Yew trees in the Genus Taxus
November 23, 2007
ArmeniaNow.com Claims Top Prizes in Caucasus Contest
Reporters for ArmeniaNow.com shared the top two prizes and one honorable mention in the first contest for reporting on biodiversity in the Caucasus region.
November 9, 2007
Replacing Dumps With Daisies
The Namaqualand Restoration Initiative aims to restore areas of the Succulent Karoo damaged by mining.
October 22, 2007
Potato Farmers Promote Biodiversity
The Sandveld potato farmers have just announced a ground-breaking biodiversity project aiming to protect the Sandveld fynbos and dwindling water supplies.
October 8, 2007
Mapping One of the Most Bio-Diverse Countries of the World
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and its partner organisations have used state-of-the art remote sensing technology and methodologies to produce the first vegetation atlas of Madagascar, one of the most bio-diverse and unique countries in the world.
August 1, 2007
Rainforest Alliance Online Database Now Includes More Than 1,000 Conservation Projects in the Americas
The Eco-Index, an online database of conservation projects in the Americas, now features more than 1,000 projects.
July 29, 2007
Tanzania Government Tackles Forestry Corruption
An African Parliamentarians’ Network Against Corruption meeting today will discuss corruption in Tanzania’s forestry sector.
11 juillet 2007
50 millions de dollars supplémentaires versés à un fonds mondial novateur de protection de l'environnement
50 millions de dollars supplémentaires versés à un fonds mondial novateur de protection de l'environnement

July 11, 2007
CEPF Announces $50 Million Expansion
A global fund that transformed how international partners work together to protect the world’s biologically richest and most threatened regions today announced $50 million in new funding.
May 25, 2007
Tanzania’s Disappearing Timber Revenue
Millions of dollars worth of timber revenue is being lost each year in Tanzania because of poor governance and rampant corruption in the forestry sector, according to a hard-hitting report by TRAFFIC International, launched today.
April 30, 2007
Madagascar Creates 1 Million Hectares of New Protected Areas
The Government of Madagascar has created more than 1 million hectares of new protected areas to save the island-nation’s remaining intact forests.

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Julie Shaw, Communications Director