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Much-maligned wasps do us a world of good

Much-maligned wasps do us a world of good

As pollinators alone, wasps contribute more than $250 billion a year worldwide to the economy. Wasps, widely viewed as the evil cousins of beloved honeybees,...
Mangrove crab sustainability is vital for fishers in Indonesia’s Aru Islands

Mangrove crab sustainability is vital for fishers in Indonesia’s Aru Islands

Mud crab fishing in Lorang village, Aru Islands, has been a vital livelihood since 2014, but a recent survey suggests signs of depletion, raising...
Court orders Shell to cut carbon emissions 45% by 2030

Court orders Shell to cut carbon emissions 45% by 2030

Shell is heading towards more not less CO2 emissions, the Rechtspraak ruled: “Targets for emission reduction by 2030 are completely lacking.” Oil major Royal Dutch...
African Parks vows to investigate allegations of abuse at Congolese park

African Parks vows to investigate allegations of abuse at Congolese park

Ashoka Mukpo Article by: Ashoka Mukpo This story first appeared on Mongabay South Africa Today - Environment This article is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0...
Burt Rodrigues CEO of Biodx

Do you want 99.9% or 99.999% protection against COVID?

Burt Rodrigues CEO of Biodx gives his thoughts on what you should be looking for in protection against Covid. “At the emergence of the Covid-19...
Land distribution in Colombia, Venezuela and Guyana | Chapter 4 of “A Perfect Storm in the Amazon”

Land distribution in Colombia, Venezuela and Guyana | Chapter 4 of...

Mongabay is publishing a new edition of the book, “A Perfect Storm in the Amazon,” in short installments and in three languages: Spanish, English...
The Amazon is no longer a carbon sink. It’s a ‘carbon source’

The Amazon is no longer a carbon sink. It’s a ‘carbon...

Areas where deforestation is 30% or more show carbon emissions 10 times higher than where deforestation is lower. The rainforests of the Amazon have long...
Polar Bears

Vanishing Ice, Vanishing Gian

Vanishing Ice, Vanishing Giants: The Urgent Tale of Polar Bears on International Polar Bear Day International Polar Bear Day, celebrated on February 27th, highlights the...
This is how bad climate change is likely to get

This is how bad climate change is likely to get

Global warming may cause the West Antarctic ice sheet to collapse, resulting in several metres of sea level rise. A major new report published last week by...
Mother Nature's wrath unleashed in Storm Rising

Mother Nature’s wrath unleashed in Storm Rising

STORM RISING Premieres on National Geographic on 23 September JOHANNESBURG, 16 September, 2021: Has extreme weather around the globe reached a new category of intensity?...
3D printed Nike Air Max sneaker

Reduce your environmental footprint with one-of-a-kind 3D printed Nike Air Max...

To celebrate the anniversary of the iconic Nike Air Max Classic BW, the brand sought to merge the past with the future in a...
Indigenous landscaping at Knightsbridge office park an Emira property

Emira gives biodiversity preservation the green thumbs up

Emira Property Fund (JSE: EMI) has made meaningful progress on its biodiversity policy in consultation with the Biodiversity Disclosure Project and the Endangered Wildlife...