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The northern coast of Madagascar is known for its richness in marine biodiversity, yet its northeastern side is still relatively
Continue reading "Madagascar RAP: The Journey Begins"
A recent scientific expedition in Madagascar’s Ankeniheny-Zahamena rainforests has found evidence of the greater bamboo lemur (Prolemur simus) in twice
Continue reading "New Hope for World’s Rarest Lemur"
The power of forests to deliver climate change solutions was displayed in a new virtual tour of Madagascar launched today
Continue reading "CI is raising awareness about climate change with Google Earth"
Diego Suarez is a picturesque natural harbor in northeastern Madagascar. Towering above it is Montagne de Francais, a large mountain
Continue reading "From burning to replanting in Madagascar"
When people can’t get what they need to survive, conservation can’t succeed. At Conservation International, we’re turning this equation around
Continue reading "Health and Nature Go Hand in Hand: Madagascar Case Study"
Check out CI President Russ Mittermeier talking species extinction in this week’s issue of TIME Magazine. You’ll also see we’re
Continue reading "Mittermeier & Madagascar in TIME Magazine"