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"SOCO is pleased that we were able to work together with WWF to hopefully find a way to jointly improve conditions in Virunga National Park and for its inhabitants," said Roger Cagle, Deputy CEO of SOCO International, on the occasion of ...
In a surprise announcement, British oil company Soco International has said it will suspend exploratory operations in Virunga National Park, home to half the world's Critically Endangered mountain gorilla
s (Gorilla beringei beringei) as well as ...
Rwanda has raised the price of a permit to see mountain gorilla
s to $750 per day starting June 1, 2012, up from $500.
While the price is steep, the program each year raises millions of dollars in revenue for gorilla
As G20 ministers met here Tuesday to discuss nuclear safety, another meeting has been taking place 6,000km away - to examine green business growth.
In Brazzaville, capital of the Republic of the Congo, environmentalists, policy-makers ...
We've barely entered the national park when our guide stops suddenly and holds up a hand to call for silence. His eyes gaze deep into the forest and he crouches. We do the same. Our hearts beat fast. Has he spotted something already? A golden ...
Three baby mountain gorilla
s and an adult female have died in Rwanda's Volcanoes National Park, possibly from a combination of extremely cold and rainy weather, wildlife authorities said on Wednesday.
Around 680 mountain gorilla
s remain ...
Rwanda "baptised" 18 rare baby mountain gorilla
s at what has become an annual event to highlight the plight of the endangered species.
The baby gorilla
s, however, were not physically present at the colourful ceremony at the edge of a ...
SINCE THE ARRIVAL of the white settlers, the American West has been shaped by
the discovery and extraction of natural resources, beginning in the 19th century
with silver and gold and then extending to timber, copper, uranium and fossil ...
CLIMATE experts warned on Friday morning that global warming will cause
faster and wider damage than previously forecast, ranging from failing crops and
hunger in Africa to species extinction and rising sea levels.
It predicts ...
1) IPCC-WORLD DISASTERS SEEN AS GLOBAL WARMING OUTCOME (NY Times, CNN, Express India, BBC, Japan Times, MSNBC, CBC, ABC) 2) BUSH TEAM UNDER ATTACK ON EMISSIONS TALKS (NY Times) 3) EUROPE BLAMED FOR CLIMATE STALEMATE (BBC, Montreal Gazette) 4) ...