Madagascar Faces Biodiversity Crisis
The extinction risk faced by Madagascar's palms reflects the decline in forest cover and threatens not only the country's remarkable wildlife but the people too, experts say.
Madagascar's mountainous region.
Madagascar: New Facility to Boost Biodiversity Research
SciDev.Net, 2 August 2012
A new teaching and research facility for biodiversity conservation has been set up close to the Madagascar rainforest at Ranomafana National Park, an area of huge natural... read more »
Madagascar: New Lease of Life for Endangered Species
World Bank, 28 August 2012
With technical support from Conservation International and the World Bank's BioCarbon Fund, a project is being designed to protect 370,032 hectares of rainforest in Madagascar.read more »
Madagascar: Going the Way of the Dodo?
UN Integrated Regional Information Networks, 28 July 2010
Vast portions of Madagascar's unique biodiversity could be lost - possibly forever, and at incalculable cost to ordinary Malagasy and the world - by the continued suspension of... read more »