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Grey whales are suffering from malnutrition and it is because of larger sea ice changes. Because of our warming climate, whales are being forced to forage farther north for the food produced when plankton blooms at the edge of the ice.
Columnist Suzanne Mooney discusses how unsustainability can cause lots of things, including rising sea levels and less seafood.
Long before conservation became a buzzword, one man worked to protect Malaysia's marine biodiversity. When Kevin Hiew began his task he was met with misunderstanding and even open hostility.
Making smart seafood choices is key to ensuring that seafood, which is more environmentally-friendly than meat production, drives the sustainability effort forward.
Cockroaches corralled by the millions in China to crunch waste.
In Indonesia, the town of Surabaya’s go-green efforts include bus travel that passengers ‘pay’ for in used plastic water bottles or cups. It has proven so popular that extra services are planned.
Landscape architect Inch Lim, who won top awards at the recent Singapore Garden Festival 2018, believes in evoking emotions through his garden creations.
30 volunteers designated “Water Heroes” embarked on an eye-opening journey to discover where our water actually comes from, and discover a scary amount of plastic.
In an effort to make its agriculture resilient in the face of climate change, China is turning to technology.
On World Book Day today (April 23), we take a trip around the globe with books that have the names of countries or places in their title.