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Drones may save Myanmar delta

22 August 2017

YANGON: Fast-dwindling mangroves in Myanmar’s Ayeyarwady Delta, ravaged by deforestation, agriculture and aquaculture, may have an unlikely saviour – drones.

Long hot summer of the Arab Spring

19 August 2017

Think Asian - By Andrew Sheng
WHAT has happened in Charlottesville showed that temperatures and tempers are flaring in this long hot summer. Is the Arab Spring spreading worldwide due to climate warming?

Rice to riches: Vietnam's shrimp farmers fish for fortunes

13 August 2017

Soc Trang (Vietnam) (AFP) - With a flashy gold watch and a chunky matching ring, Tang Van Cuol looks a far cry from the average Vietnamese farmer as he slings back a shot of rice wine and boasts about his projected earnings.

Study: Global warming alters timing of floods in Europe

11 August 2017

WASHINGTON: Global warming is altering the timing of floods in Europe, making some rivers swell early and others later than usual, a phenomenon that impacts farming and daily life across the region, researchers said Thursday.

Viet farmers turn prawn stars

10 August 2017

SOC TRANG: With a flashy gold watch and a chunky matching ring, Tang Van Cuol looks a far cry from the average Vietnamese farmer as he slings back a shot of rice wine and boasts about his projected earnings.

Hotel team making swamp hospitable for mangroves

1 August 2017

SOME 13 staff members of G Hotel in Penang have planted 100 mangrove seedlings along the Sungai Acheh mangrove forest belt in Nibong Tebal in support of environmental conservation.

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