An exhibition by one of Burma’s preeminent photographers is part of a World Wildlife Fund project to inform officials and the public about the importance of nature to human survival.
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Chinese nature conservation workers and researchers have discovered a new group of Nujiang golden monkeys inhabiting the Lushui County of Yunnan Province, a stone’s throw from Burma’s Kachin State.
In the central Burmese township of Kawlin, volunteers are working around the clock to save villagers from swelling floodwaters.
Shan State’s iconic freshwater lake, Inle Lake, is home to a diverse range of species, including birds, otters, and even human communities.
Shan State’s iconic Inle Lake has been granted Biosphere Reservation status by the United Nations heritage agency