• Ecosystem Services of Protected Karst Areas – Driving Force of Sustainable Development
  • Sedimentation, pollution and overexploitation jeopardise Africa’s second largest lake.
  • Start of the Campaign with Wildlands Conservation Trust South Africa
  • How to address biodiversity protection through environmental management systems
  • New campaign video with impressions of the new sites in Ivory Coast
  • engage for the environment
 
 

Events

 Events

20th Anniversary of Living Lakes & Living Lakes Conference 2018

6 April 2017, 15:00, Living Lakes Webinar, online

 

World Forum on Natural Capital

27 - 28 November 2017, Edingburgh

 
 
 

News

  • Lake Tanganyika, a lake of superlatives, is "Threatened Lake of the Year 2017"

    Global Nature Fund nominates Lake Tanganyika as "Threatened Lake of the Year". Sedimentation, pollution and overexploitation jeopardise Africa’s second largest lake. With almost 17 % of the world's available fresh water, Lake Tanganyika is of global importance and source of life for millions of people.

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