Southeast Asia is in the grip of a biodiversity crisis

Biodiversity in Southeast Asia is under serious threat with some parts of the region projected to lose up to 98 per cent of remaining forests in the next nine years.

Eco-Business

Last updated on 22 February 2017

Type: 
Media Watch
Region: 
South-East Asia
Threats: 
Unsustainable hunting and trapping
Illegal trade
Habitat loss and degradation
Agriculture and aquaculture
Energy production and mining
Logging and unsustainable harvesting
Species: 
Loxodonta africana