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As Covid-19 swept the globe, locals catering to international travellers have struggled.
A scientific expedition into the Panti Bird Sanctuary turns up a host of ecological treasures that have no business thriving at this level on a mountain.
The Elephant Nature Park in northern Thailand has received numerous accolades for its work rehabilitating injured or traumatised elephants, and finding non-abusive methods of raising them.
The 30-member team grapples with sexist stereotypes in ultra-conservative Aceh province, and authorities who are indifferent to the environmental destruction wrought by illegal logging and land clearance for the region's many coffee plantations.
Deciphering codes, climbing trees, reading signs. Geocaching requires participants to fully immerse themselves. For more than two decades, people have been searching for hidden spots all over the world, and the pandemic has barely slowed the activity's growing popularity.
How woodcut art continues to play an unsung role in today's social and political contexts.
Malaysian photographer recognised in the global community of box camera enthusiasts.
'Konservasi' exhibition at National Art Gallery delivers hard truths about issues faced by wildlife.
At a time when reforestation projects are growing in popularity, rewilding aims to let nature do the work by simply leaving ecosystems alone to recover, free from human influence.
There is growing evidence that indigenous communities are often more effective at preserving their land than NGO or government-led efforts.