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USM student who uses oil palm syrup to make toffee wins gold at British Invention Show.
A nature reserve in Yunnan is committed to growing rare orchids for a French beauty brand.
In the '90s, the idea of activism journalism spread worldwide and landed in Malaysia. Where newspapers once stood back and only reported on events, the new wave was that they could be proactive and espouse causes affecting their readers' lives. At Star2, that began with environmental issues.
World Water Day 2014 focuses on the deep-rooted relationship between water and energy.
Our columnist shares her experiences with students in schools Down Under.
In Canada, the waste is the same as at municipal waste plants around the world – items that can’t be recycled and are destined for landfills or incinerators. But the fate that awaits Alberta’s garbage is different: It’s being turned into biofuel.
Yann Arthus-Bertrand's mission is to save mankind by teaching us to love our beautiful planet.
The oil palm industry is regulated by several standards, among them those set by the Roundtable for Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), the International Sustainability & Carbon Certification body, and the Roundtable on Sustainable Biomaterials.