New Livelihoods to Protect A River’s Life

Inter Press Service: The Nosivolo River has the greatest concentration of freshwater fish species in Madagascar. Strengthening protection of the river's biodiversity has involved transforming the livelihoods of local people. Species that were on the road to disappearing are now regaining strength thanks to strict regulations adopted - and enforced - by fishing communities to protect them. The river, which tumbles spectacularly from its headwaters in mountains 1800 metres above sea level through cascades and over......

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