Wed, 23/07/2014 - 14:58
The Eastern Arc Mountain forests of Tanzania consist of a complex of ranges and peaks that are among the oldest in Africa. Two Critically Endangered bird species, the Uluguru Bush-shrike and the Long-billed Tailorbird are found in these forests. They also provide water for industrial, agriculture and domestic use to the main towns as well as a rich site of biodiversity attracting local and international tourists. Tanzanian conservationists drawn from government and civil society have drafted a set of six policy and management recommendations on how to reduce threats currently facing biodiversity in the Eastern Arc Mountain forests of Tanzania (EAM),
Mon, 03/09/2012 - 10:35
Stakeholders have given a nod of approval to a new economic analysis study showing that soda ash mining at Lake Natron is not economically viable.
Thu, 16/08/2012 - 12:14
Tanzanian stakeholders have expressed urgent need for consolidation; sharing and easier access of biodiversity data in order to help in guiding conservation decisions and reduce duplication of efforts. This is particularly in regard to the Eastern Arc Mountains and Coastal Forests, a region that forms part of a unique biodiversity rich hotspot that has over years attracted a lot of research and conservation interest.
Mon, 15/11/2010 - 15:58
Lake Natron has won the top Blue Globe Award in the first World Wetlands Network Globe Awards.
Thu, 30/09/2010 - 10:00
Our recent appeal to help BirdLife save the Lesser Flamingo at Lake Natron in Tanzania has so far raised over £20,000. “Thank you so much to those who were so generous in their support for our Think Pink campaign to save Lake Natron”, said BirdLife’s Jane Gaithuma.
Mon, 02/08/2010 - 07:28
Serengeti Darf Nict Sterben – The Serengeti Shall Not Die... A new road proposal in Serengeti the could sever the wildebeest migration prompting a collapse in their numbers from 1.3m to 200,000 tells the RSPB's (BirdLife in the UK) Andre Farrar.