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Thousands of simple black pellets containing acacia seeds, known as seedballs, are being scattered across the country's forests – razed for pasture, crops and charcoal – in efforts to regenerate them.
Science reveals that it’s possible to control global warming, but political and societal will is required to make it happen.
Ancient peatlands drained for development are sinking, drying out and releasing tonnes of greenhouse gases.
From Phoenix in the US to Mumbai, India, and Paris, France, cities are trying to combat pollution and improve air quality by planting a lot more trees.
If we are to prevent catastrophic climate change, we have to look for ways of living that promote sustainable ecosystems.
A Yayasan Sime Darby scholar, Lim Hong Ye, spent three years doing research and surveys on bantengs that will contribute to the Bornean Banteng Action Plan, which aims to protect the endangered species.
In Cambodia, there are fears that a popular spider snack may be lost to urban development.
The Sustainable Living in Malaysia (SLiM) campaign continues to push for ways and suggestions on reducing our ecological footprint.
The mountainous centre of this great island is a treasure trove of lush highland forest. But it needs urgent help to survive.
By linking forests together, ecologists in Vietnam hope that wildlife can mix, mingle and breed.