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The untold story of how one tiny island in the middle of the Atlantic has shaped the world for centuries
A project is aiming to restore mangroves in the East African country, calling them a precious, almost priceless resource.
Malaysia urgently needs to start preparing for more severe weather events with climate adaptation.
African swine fever isn't dangerous to humans but it is more than capable of decimating the wild pig population in Sabah.
Science reveals that it’s possible to control global warming, but political and societal will is required to make it happen.
There is strong evidence that homes in Europe and North America are directly polluting the Arctic with fibres from laundry via wastewater discharge.
What makes the alligator interesting, apart from its size, is that the regrown tail exhibits signs of both regeneration and wound healing within the same structure.
Sharks are in peril for mankind’s sake.
K Fresh by First Pick is set to complete your next homemade Korean BBQ.
This poses as a crisis for the people whose survival depends on the waters.