Asian Bureau for Conservation
Bureau for Conservation (ABC) works to preserve biodiversity
throughout the asian region. ABC is dedicated to providing experience,
knowledge, and inspiration to involve people in resolving threats to these
Nam still harbors some valuable and unique areas of high biodiversity
with considerable global significance. Vietnamese scientists and officials
have shown a long and rather surprising concern for these biological resources.
Far-sighted policies and regulations have been adopted in an effort to
preserve these resources. However, international agencies have only provided
a low, and slow, level of assistance.
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Text and graphics: Asian Bureau for Conservation January 2, 1997
Dr John Mackinnon, Director, Asian Bureau for Conservation, 18E Capital Building, 197-191 Lockhart Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong. Tel/Fax (852) 598 6960
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