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Dec. 16, 2009
Local Communities Voice Concerns About Aquatic Resources in Tuyen Quang, Vietnam
People from Da Vi Commune, Na Hang District, recently gathered to share their research findings on aquatic resources in the Nang River, a tributary of the Gam River in Tuyen Quang Province.
Oct. 2, 2009
World’s Most Isolated Coral Reefs Steadily Recovering from Bleaching
Scientists returning from an expedition to the world’s most isolated coral reefs in the central Pacific are cautiously optimistic that the Phoenix Islands reef ecosystem can recover from a devastating coral bleaching event there recently.
Sept. 20, 2009
$2 Million Granted by CEPF for Biodiversity Conservation in Indochina
Less than one year after the first deadline for applications to the Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund in Indochina, more than $2 million has been granted to conserve biodiversity in the region.
Sept. 4, 2009
Last Chance to Save the Saola from Extinction?
Conservation biologists based in four countries gathered for an emergency meeting in Vientiane, Lao PDR in August to address the peril of extinction facing one the world’s most enigmatic mammals, the Saola.
June 11, 2009
BirdLife and CEPF Expand Funding Opportunities for Biodiversity Conservation in Indochina
Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund opportunities in Indochina were expanded today, with an invitation for applications from Lao P.D.R. and Thailand for the first time, and a repeat call for applications from Cambodia and Vietnam.
May 15, 2009
Trans-Boundary Rainforest Park Will Be A Symbol of Peace and Stability
The Presidents of Sierra Leone and Liberia today met in Gola Forest, Sierra Leone, to announce the establishment of a new Trans-boundary Peace Park to protect one of the largest remaining blocks of intact forest in the Upper Guinea Area of West Africa.

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Julie Shaw, Communications Director