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Riverine People urge for saving rivers Riverine People urge for saving rivers

The speakers emphasises on comprehensive efforts in protecting and restoring rivers, ensuring better river managements for improving environment


Scientists race to prevent wipeout of world's coral reefs Scientists race to prevent wipeout of world's coral reefs

Even if the world could halt global warming now, scientists still expect that more than 90 percent of corals will die by 2050


Australia sees second year of Barrier Reef bleaching Australia sees second year of Barrier Reef bleaching

The Barrier Reef is already under pressure from farming run-off, development and the crown-of-thorns starfish


Australian lake turns vivid pink Australian lake turns vivid pink

The lake attracts over 140 bird species as well as many curious tourists but authorities warned people to avoid making contact with the pink water


UN experts denounce 'myth' pesticides are necessary to feed the world UN experts denounce 'myth' pesticides are necessary to feed the world

Report warns of catastrophic consequences and blames manufacturers for ‘systematic denial of harms’ and ‘unethical marketing tactics’


More than 900 coins removed from turtle's stomach in Thailand More than 900 coins removed from turtle's stomach in Thailand

Twenty-five-year-old green sea turtle nicknamed Bank swallowed money thrown into her pool by tourists seeking good luck


Indonesia pledges $1bn a year to curb ocean waste Indonesia pledges $1bn a year to curb ocean waste

Nusa Lembongan, Bali, Indonesia. A snorkeller swims alongside a manta ray surrounded by plastic trash in December 2014.


The battle to save Bangkok's 'Green Lung' The battle to save Bangkok's 'Green Lung'

Bang Krachao is an artificial island formed by a canal and a bend in the meandering Chao Praya river


Country’s wildlife at risk of extinction Country’s wildlife at risk of extinction

A total 31 species have been extinct in the country and 390 more are threatened species, according to the latest Red List of IUCN


The woolly mammoth die-off was even sadder than you think The woolly mammoth die-off was even sadder than you think

Genetic changes made it difficult for them to produce healthy offspring—and sent them spiraling toward extinction


Oldest fossils point to life on Earth 4 billion years ago Oldest fossils point to life on Earth 4 billion years ago

The new fossil find complements the recent discovery of 3.7-million year geological structures in Greenland called stromatolites


‘Shell knew’: oil giant's 1991 film warned of climate change danger ‘Shell knew’: oil giant's 1991 film warned of climate change danger

Public information film unseen for years shows Shell had clear grasp of global warming 26 years ago but has not acted accordingly since, say critics


How to kill wild animals humanely for conservation How to kill wild animals humanely for conservation

An international group offers guidance to help reduce pain and suffering in animals destined for culling


Humans spark most US wildfires: Study Humans spark most US wildfires: Study

Researchers find that humans caused 84 percent -- or four out of five -- of the total 1.5 million wildfires studied between 1992 and 2012


New urgency in fight to restore Florida Everglades New urgency in fight to restore Florida Everglades

The Everglades' sawgrasses, swamps, tree islands and mangroves are home to a host of fascinating species

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