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Zoos: Why a revolution is necessary to justify them (insider)

This content is for Monthly, Annual and Lifetime members only. Visit the site and log in/register to read. This story first appeared on Mongabay South...

Critics say proposed changes to Mexico’s Forestry Law threaten sustainable forest...

Mexico’s General Law of Sustainable Forest Development, more commonly referred to as the Forestry Law, has been criticized for not being sufficient to keep...

Indigenous youth mount a solar-powered resistance

Among the cloud...

Conservancy manager attacked while on patrol on Olarro Conservancy

Olarro Conservancy manager, William Hofmeyr was shot with an arrow on Thursday 13th October.  Mr Hofmeyr, tracking elephant, did not see his assailant until...
Cape Town residents queuing for water during the water crisis. Shutterstock

Global warming has already raised the risk of more severe droughts...

Between 2015 and 2017 South Africa’s South Western Cape region experienced three of its lowest rainfall years on record. This led to the progressive...

Indigenous architecture saves lives in Lombok quakes

Huge earthquakes have...

Natural Gas Can Play an Important Role in the Energy Transition...

The switch from coal to natural gas for baseload power generation could result in the needed quick emissions reductions, Crescent Petroleum CEO Majid Jafar...
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