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ဇွန် 21, 2018

World Environmental Day :Beach Plastic Clean Up Activities in Kyeintali, Rakhine State

Plastic pollution is one of the biggest environmental challenges of our time, with statistics showin...
ဇွန် 20, 2018

Recent Wildlife Law Enforcement action in Myanmar

Following the publication of the MECAP, and the Voices for Momos campaign, there has been greater fo...
မေ 22, 2018

Steps towards Establishment of Protected Area Management Plans in Alaungdaw Kathapa and Natmataung National Park

The Republic of The Union of Myanmar is a golden country, blessed with natural resources, unique eco...
မေ 22, 2018

Turning adversity into a bright future: hundreds of Big-Headed Turtles confiscated in Burma (Myanmar) used to establish a new conservation breeding programme

A species that has greatly benefited from conservation efforts is the Big-headed Turtle (Platysterno...

Slow and Steady, a Tortoise Is Winning Its Race With Extinction

Author(s): Swe Win
Journal: New York Times
Year: 2017

Sustainable Financing of Protected Areas in Myanmar

Author(s): Lucy Emerton, U Aung Kyin, and Robert Tizard
Year: 2015

SMART Training Report 2014

Author(s): Tony Lynam, Saw Htun, Than Zaw
Year: 2014

Review of the Taninthayi Nature Reserve Project as a conservation model in Myanmar

Author(s): E. H. B. Pollard, Soe Win Hlaing, J. D. Pilgrim
Year: 2014

National Tiger Action Plan for Myanmar

Author(s): Antony J. Lynam
Year: 2003

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