Cambodia Celebrates Day of the Dolphin with Cautious Optimism
Threats from illegal fishing and dams require continued vigilance, says WWF
Sustainable rattan industry sees much potential for growth with greater support from the government
The rattan actors advocate for the need of policy support for sustainable rattan market and ...
WWF launches first-ever book on Mekong rattan species
Endemic to Cambodia, Pdao Bonla Dong Penh and Pdao Teuk Kmum are among 65 rattan species found in ...
First encounter of Critically Endangered Giant Ibis on the Mekong River
In the middle of July 2013, WWF researchers reported that a Giant Ibis nest was found a few ...
WWF honours the work of Cambodian rangers in the Eastern Plains Landscape
On the World Ranger Day July 31st, WWF extends support and appreciates rangers, who are working to ...
Mekong biodiversity hotspot designated for management and conservation of fishery resources
A Prakas (ប្រកាស) dated 23 April 2013 of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries ...
Mekong dams could rob millions of their primary protein source
Hydropower dams planned for the lower mainstem of the Mekong River could decimate fish populations ...
Rangers: forest guardians and wild animal saviours
During the past six years, rangers have continued to safeguard wild animals and the forest habitat ...
Laos in game of high stakes as it pushes ahead with Xayaburi dam construction
Construction work is marching ahead at the Xayaburi dam site in northern Laos and risks making a ...
New research hopes to save Irrawaddy dolphins from extinction in the Mekong