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Sky News Australia
Satellites And Drones Used To Beat PoachingConservationists are using satellite technology and drones to try and protect w
Satellites And Drones Used To Beat Poaching
Sky News Australia / Posted 6 hours ago
Conservationists are using satellite technology and drones to try and protect wild animals and their habitats. ZSL London Zoo is working on a project designed to remotely monitor wildlife almost anywhere in the world. Instant Detect has been used... Read more
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Rappler
Advocates invited to 'Hack the Climate'This is a press release from Social Enterprise Conference MANILA, Philippines
Advocates invited to 'Hack the Climate'
Rappler / Posted 9 hours ago
This is a press release from Social Enterprise Conference MANILA, Philippines - Can technology save the earth from climate change? On September 4 to 6, 2015 hundreds of environmental advocates, student developers and professional programmers will... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Global warming plays havoc with Auburn cherry blossom festivalCherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and an annual secon
Global warming plays havoc with Auburn cherry blossom festival
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 12 hours ago
Cherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and an annual second-guessing about when the flowers will emerge. Cherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and the traditional Japanese song Sakura Sakura: "Cherry... Read more
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The Young Witness
Global warming plays havoc with Auburn cherry blossom festivalCherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and an annual secon
Global warming plays havoc with Auburn cherry blossom festival
The Young Witness / Posted 12 hours ago
Cherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and an annual second-guessing about when the flowers will emerge. Cherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and the traditional Japanese song Sakura Sakura: "Cherry... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Global warming plays havoc with Auburn cherry blossom festivalCherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and the traditional
Global warming plays havoc with Auburn cherry blossom festival
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 hours ago
Cherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and the traditional Japanese song Sakura Sakura: "Cherry blossoms, cherry blossoms, Across the spring sky, As far as you can see." But the flowering of 180 trees at Auburn's annual cherry... Read more
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Western Advocate
Global warming plays havoc with Auburn cherry blossom festivalCherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and an annual secon
Global warming plays havoc with Auburn cherry blossom festival
Western Advocate / Posted 12 hours ago
Cherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and an annual second-guessing about when the flowers will emerge. Cherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and the traditional Japanese song Sakura Sakura: "Cherry... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Islamic Climate Change Declaration Rooted in FaithCairo — The first Islamic declaration on global climate change was widely welco
Islamic Climate Change Declaration Rooted in Faith
AllAfrica.com / Posted 12 hours ago
Cairo — The first Islamic declaration on global climate change was widely welcomed last week for framing the problem as a moral issue and trying to engage the world's 1.6 billion Muslims in efforts to fight climate change. But some climate experts... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Global warming plays havoc with Auburn cherry blossom festivalCherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and an annual secon
Global warming plays havoc with Auburn cherry blossom festival
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 hours ago
Cherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and an annual second-guessing about when the flowers will emerge. Cherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and the traditional Japanese song Sakura Sakura: "Cherry... Read more
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The Border Mail
Global warming plays havoc with Auburn cherry blossom festivalCherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and an annual secon
Global warming plays havoc with Auburn cherry blossom festival
The Border Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
Cherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and an annual second-guessing about when the flowers will emerge. Cherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and the traditional Japanese song Sakura Sakura: "Cherry... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Global warming plays havoc with Auburn cherry blossom festivalCherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and an annual secon
Global warming plays havoc with Auburn cherry blossom festival
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 12 hours ago
Cherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and an annual second-guessing about when the flowers will emerge. Cherry blossom festivals bring to mind beauty, tranquillity and the traditional Japanese song Sakura Sakura: "Cherry... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
River campaigners launch High Court challenge over missed pollution targets A fisherman watches the wherry Hathor sailing on the River Thurne. Picture: J
River campaigners launch High Court challenge over missed pollution targets
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 13 hours ago
A fisherman watches the wherry Hathor sailing on the River Thurne. Picture: James Bass WWF-UK, the Angling Trust and Fish Legal have joined forces to launch a legal... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
River campaigners launch High Court challenge over missed pollution targets A fisherman watches the wherry Hathor sailing on the River Thurne. Picture: J
River campaigners launch High Court challenge over missed pollution targets
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 14 hours ago
A fisherman watches the wherry Hathor sailing on the River Thurne. Picture: James Bass WWF-UK, the Angling Trust and Fish Legal have joined forces to launch a legal... Read more
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The Star
Catchment areas should have been protectedWORLD Wide Fund for Nature – Malaysia (WWF-Malaysia) views with extreme disappo
Catchment areas should have been protected
The Star / Posted 18 hours ago
WORLD Wide Fund for Nature – Malaysia (WWF-Malaysia) views with extreme disappointment the decision made by the Selangor state government to allow the East Klang Valley Expressway (EKVE) to cut through the Ampang Forest Reserve, a water catchment... Read more
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Daily Maverick
South Africa’s minimum wage is here to stayNot everybody gets paid a minimum wage even in those sectors where they have be
South Africa’s minimum wage is here to stay
Daily Maverick / Posted 19 hours ago
Not everybody gets paid a minimum wage even in those sectors where they have been negotiated and set. Inequality naturally increases demands for fairness which is the political essence of the national minimum wage debate at present. Inequality... Read more
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SciDev.net
Islamic climate change declaration rooted in faith[CAIRO] The first Islamic declaration on global climate change was widely welco
Islamic climate change declaration rooted in faith
SciDev.net / Posted yesterday
[CAIRO] The first Islamic declaration on global climate change was widely welcomed last week for framing the problem as a moral issue and trying to engage the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims in efforts to fight climate change. But some climate experts... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
WWF to launch legal action against government over pollution in Britain's natural 'national treasures'“We are calling on the government to use the tools at its disposal to tackle th
WWF to launch legal action against government over pollution in Britain's natural 'national treasures'
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
“We are calling on the government to use the tools at its disposal to tackle the issue. We hope this legal action will lead to a rethink of the approach of the government and Environment Agency so that we can see real improvements in these precious... Read more
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Scotsman
Environmental groups eye solar panel rule change Enviromental groups are hopeful of changes being made to the solar panel plann
Environmental groups eye solar panel rule change
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
Enviromental groups are hopeful of changes being made to the solar panel planning rules. Picture: PA THE planning rules on the installation of some renewable technology should be changed to make it... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Half of world's animals have disappeared since 1970In Britain, the turtle dove has declined by 95 per cent, while seals, toads, re
Half of world's animals have disappeared since 1970
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
In Britain, the turtle dove has declined by 95 per cent, while seals, toads, red squirrels, moths, dormice, hedgehogs and hares are also suffering. The WWF said the report was a ‘wake-up call’ and urged people to cut down on consumption. “It’s... Read more
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express
Anglers and conservationists pursuing legal action against Government MINISTERS are facing court action over the way some of the country's most pre
Anglers and conservationists pursuing legal action against Government
express / Posted yesterday
MINISTERS are facing court action over the way some of the country's most precious rivers, lakes and coastal wetlands are at risk from farming pollution. Poole Harbour is an area... Read more
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iafrica.com
Rare Replay for Xbox OneBritish developer Rare is easily one of the most prolific and iconic studios in
Rare Replay for Xbox One
iafrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
British developer Rare is easily one of the most prolific and iconic studios in gaming history. You wouldn't know it based on their recent titles (Kinect Sports, anyone?), but the studio was responsible for some of the greatest games in... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Thailand crushes illegal ivoryPhoto: Thai officials sort through tusks before more than two tonnes of ivory w
Thailand crushes illegal ivory
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
Photo: Thai officials sort through tusks before more than two tonnes of ivory were destroyed at a ceremony in Bangkok. (Supplied: WWF-Thailand) Photo: A solemn ceremony is held in Bangkok to destroy two tonnes of illegal elephant ivory is held in... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Thailand destroys ivory stockpile amid junta crackdown on illegal tradeThailand destroys ivory stockpile in ceremony amid junta crackdown on illegal t
Thailand destroys ivory stockpile amid junta crackdown on illegal trade
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
Thailand destroys ivory stockpile in ceremony amid junta crackdown on illegal trade Thailand has destroyed more than two tonnes of ivory — a victory for animal rights groups fighting against the trade in a country renowned for being a hub for... Read more
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iol.co.za
Hot air levels rise when Green faithful gatherWhen the thousands of delegates and hangers-on meet in Paris for the 21st UN co
Hot air levels rise when Green faithful gather
iol.co.za / Posted 2 days ago
When the thousands of delegates and hangers-on meet in Paris for the 21st UN conference on climate change in December, few of them will consider the amount of carbon dioxide they are to push into the atmosphere as they take trains, planes and motor... Read more
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The Weekly Standard
Among the Trumpies--They cut Trump an enormous amount of slack. They are quite forgiving.They wer
Among the Trumpies
The Weekly Standard / Posted 2 days ago
--They cut Trump an enormous amount of slack. They are quite forgiving.They were given a list of 21 “negatives” about Trump and asked to pick the seven they thought were legitimate. Around 10 of the group – by my rough count – said they couldn’t come... Read more
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TheBull
Decades on, the promise of 'clean coal' remains elusiveFor more than a decade the coal industry’s favoured response to climate change
Decades on, the promise of 'clean coal' remains elusive
TheBull / Posted 2 days ago
For more than a decade the coal industry’s favoured response to climate change was carbon capture and storage, or CCS. CCS is still the main defence, but the absence of functioning projects is making it ever more threadbare. Last week Citigroup... Read more
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The Sport Bible
The Dudley Boyz Made A Shocking Return To WWE"D-Von! Get the childhood!" Bubba Ray Dudley might not have shouted that but th
The Dudley Boyz Made A Shocking Return To WWE
The Sport Bible / Posted 3 days ago
"D-Von! Get the childhood!" Bubba Ray Dudley might not have shouted that but that's exactly how we heard it when the most successful tag-team in all of sports entertainment made an amazing comeback on WWE's flagship weekly show RAW last night. The... Read more
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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
Scottish green energy transition could create 44,000 new jobs One of the major policies listed in the report was to nationalise Grangemouth
Scottish green energy transition could create 44,000 new jobs
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 3 days ago
One of the major policies listed in the report was to nationalise Grangemouth refinery Rebuilding Scotland's energy sector around green technology could generate 44,000 additional jobs... Read more
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Swissinfo
Voters urged to reject pseudo green politiciansIt is only permitted to use a hyperlink to specific SWI swissinfo.ch content on
Voters urged to reject pseudo green politicians
Swissinfo / Posted 3 days ago
It is only permitted to use a hyperlink to specific SWI swissinfo.ch content on the website of the party requesting the content or the website of a third party. The framing of content from SWI swissinfo.ch is only allowed if it is unchanged, without... Read more
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PhysOrg
Wildlife veterinarians work with African partners to protect gorillasMakumba, a western lowland gorilla, reaches for fruit in the Dzanga-Sangha Comp
Wildlife veterinarians work with African partners to protect gorillas
PhysOrg / Posted 3 days ago
Makumba, a western lowland gorilla, reaches for fruit in the Dzanga-Sangha Complex of Protected Areas in the Central African Republic. Credit: Chris Whittier Only about 900 mountain gorillas—the animals protected by Dian Fossey of Gorillas in the... Read more
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Swissinfo
Net tightens on fishing professionIt is only permitted to use a hyperlink to specific SWI swissinfo.ch content on
Net tightens on fishing profession
Swissinfo / Posted 3 days ago
It is only permitted to use a hyperlink to specific SWI swissinfo.ch content on the website of the party requesting the content or the website of a third party. The framing of content from SWI swissinfo.ch is only allowed if it is unchanged, without... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Everything you always wanted to know about panda sex (but were afraid to ask) | Sam KnightAt around 5pm on 25 March, a cold, wet Wednesday earlier this year, Tian Tian,
Everything you always wanted to know about panda sex (but were afraid to ask) | Sam Knight
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 3 days ago
At around 5pm on 25 March, a cold, wet Wednesday earlier this year, Tian Tian, the female giant panda at Edinburgh zoo, stirred from the wooden platform in her outdoor enclosure and began to bleat. Tian Tian, who was born in Beijing zoo in 2003, has... Read more
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The Sport Bible
Fan Footage Shows Undertaker Collapsing After His MatchBe it ten years ago or last night at Summerslam at one point in all of our live
Fan Footage Shows Undertaker Collapsing After His Match
The Sport Bible / Posted 4 days ago
Be it ten years ago or last night at Summerslam at one point in all of our lives we've watched with childish excitement as the Undertaker approached a WWE (or WWF depending on age) ring. Fine so some of us stayed up till 4 a.m this morning to watch... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Asian Demand Puts Tanzanian Elephants At RiskDar es Salaam — WWF, whose main mission is to stop the degradation of our plane
Asian Demand Puts Tanzanian Elephants At Risk
AllAfrica.com / Posted 4 days ago
Dar es Salaam — WWF, whose main mission is to stop the degradation of our planet's natural environment, said in Dar es Salaam last week the increase in elephant poaching in Tanzania is linked to the an increase of ivory prices and illegal markets in... Read more
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Rappler
Treasures of the Sulu Sea threatenedBIODIVERSITY. Fish biomass in Cagayancillo’s waters stands at 137 metric tonnes
Treasures of the Sulu Sea threatened
Rappler / Posted 4 days ago
BIODIVERSITY. Fish biomass in Cagayancillo’s waters stands at 137 metric tonnes per square kilometer – an increase of 43% from when fish biomass was calculated at 96 tonnes per square kilometer six years ago. Photo by: Sophia... Read more
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Environmental Data Interactive Exchange
H&M closes the loop with recycled denim range H&M aims to create a closed-loop system for textiles by turning unwanted garm
H&M closes the loop with recycled denim range
Environmental Data Interactive Exchange / Posted 4 days ago
H&M aims to create a closed-loop system for textiles by turning unwanted garments into new apparel Swedish clothing giant H&M is making strides towards its goal of creating a closed loop for fashion... Read more
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Scotsman
‘Critical weaknesses’ in Scotland’s climate goals Scotland is failing to make consistent progress towards low-carbon energy. Pic
‘Critical weaknesses’ in Scotland’s climate goals
Scotsman / Posted 4 days ago
Scotland is failing to make consistent progress towards low-carbon energy. Picture: Getty/iStockphoto THERE are “critical weaknesses” in Scotland’s efforts to meet its world-leading climate change... Read more
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Independent
Video captures birth of endangered Asian elephant at Chester ZooThi Hi Way, a 34-year-old elephant and experienced mother, gave birth to the fe
Video captures birth of endangered Asian elephant at Chester Zoo
Independent / Posted 5 days ago
Thi Hi Way, a 34-year-old elephant and experienced mother, gave birth to the female on Thursday 20 August, while she was surrounded by four other members of her family at Chester Zoo. Zoo keepers said Thi’s delivery went “very smoothly” following a... Read more
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WJAC 6 Johnstown
Giant panda Mei Xiang gives birth to second cub at National ZooUpdated: Sunday, August 23 2015, 12:51 PM EDT By: NBC News Giant panda Mei Xi
Giant panda Mei Xiang gives birth to second cub at National Zoo
WJAC 6 Johnstown / Posted 5 days ago
Updated: Sunday, August 23 2015, 12:51 PM EDT By: NBC News Giant panda Mei Xiang gave birth to a second cub Saturday night, hours after having the first cub, the National Zoo in Washington, D.C., said. The second panda was born at 10:07 p.m., the... Read more
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heraldscotland
Diageo drinks giant under fire over pollution failuresEnvironmentalists have attacked the company’s “shoddy” performance, alleging th
Diageo drinks giant under fire over pollution failures
heraldscotland / Posted 5 days ago
Environmentalists have attacked the company’s “shoddy” performance, alleging that it is damaging the clean image on which its whisky depends. Diageo argued, however, that its targets were “very stretching” and it had significantly reduced its... Read more
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KCEN-TV
National Zoo's Panda Mei Xiang Gives Birth(NBC News) -- The National Zoo has a new addition: Officials there say Mei Xian
National Zoo's Panda Mei Xiang Gives Birth
KCEN-TV / Posted 5 days ago
(NBC News) -- The National Zoo has a new addition: Officials there say Mei Xiang, the giant panda, gave birth Saturday. The baby panda was born at 5:35 p.m., the Washington, D.C., zoo shared on its Facebook page, about an hour after posting that Mei... Read more
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AledoTimesRecord.com
SummerSlam A to Z: UndertakersSpeaking of SummerSlam for some reason this match went on last and is recognize
SummerSlam A to Z: Undertakers
AledoTimesRecord.com / Posted 6 days ago
Speaking of SummerSlam for some reason this match went on last and is recognized as the main event, following a more than 30 minute steel cage battle between Owen and Bret Hart for the WWF World championship. Bearer's Undertaker was the real deal,... Read more
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AledoTimesRecord.com
SummerSlam A to Z: X-PacThe other big win for him at SummerSlam was against Tajiri in 2002 when he unif
SummerSlam A to Z: X-Pac
AledoTimesRecord.com / Posted 6 days ago
The other big win for him at SummerSlam was against Tajiri in 2002 when he unified the WWF and WCW light heavyweight championships. But until I started doing my research, I'd forgotten this match existed. I've mentioned before there's a big blur in... Read more
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AledoTimesRecord.com
SummerSlam A to Z: Wembley StadiumFollow my blog with Bloglovin Check out other SummerSlam A to Z blogsOf course
SummerSlam A to Z: Wembley Stadium
AledoTimesRecord.com / Posted 6 days ago
Follow my blog with Bloglovin Check out other SummerSlam A to Z blogsOf course WWE or WWF have the word "World" in them so it should come as no surprise that this global company took the show on the road back in 1992. That was the first time... Read more
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Canberra Times
Joint action by Australia and Indonesia to curb illegal fishing hailedA satellite image by DigitalGlobe showing two fishing trawlers beside the cargo
Joint action by Australia and Indonesia to curb illegal fishing hailed
Canberra Times / Posted 6 days ago
A satellite image by DigitalGlobe showing two fishing trawlers beside the cargo ship Silver Sea 2 in July. Photo: AP As the world continues to search for an effective way to deal with illegal fishing, Australia and Indonesia have been held up as a... Read more
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The Star
‘Sumatran rhino extinct in M’sia’PETALING JAYA: The Sumatran rhino is now extinct from Malaysia’s jungles, a gro
‘Sumatran rhino extinct in M’sia’
The Star / Posted 6 days ago
PETALING JAYA: The Sumatran rhino is now extinct from Malaysia’s jungles, a group of scientists has declared. In a report in the international-based journal Oryx, the scientists wrote that other than the two rhinos caught in 2011 and last year,... Read more
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The Star
EKVE a grave concernTHE East Klang Valley Expressway (EKVE) has been approved by the Selangor state
EKVE a grave concern
The Star / Posted 6 days ago
THE East Klang Valley Expressway (EKVE) has been approved by the Selangor state government, “RM1.55bil highway project gets green light” (The Star, Aug 20). The news reports referred to the Ampang Jaya Municipal Council’s and the One Stop Centre... Read more
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Daily Mirror
The Sumatran rhino has been declared EXTINCT in the wild in MalaysiaBut no signs of a wild Sumatran rhinoceros have been seen in Malaysia since 200
The Sumatran rhino has been declared EXTINCT in the wild in Malaysia
Daily Mirror / Posted 6 days ago
But no signs of a wild Sumatran rhinoceros have been seen in Malaysia since 2007 - apart from two captured for breeding purposes. "It is vital for the survival of the species that all remaining Sumatran rhinos are viewed as a metapopulation, meaning... Read more
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Calgary Sun
4 super delicious sustainable suppers | Try these recipesWe have such a seemingly endless number of choices when it comes to seafood. Ju
4 super delicious sustainable suppers | Try these recipes
Calgary Sun / Posted 7 days ago
We have such a seemingly endless number of choices when it comes to seafood. Just wander down to any local fish market or the seafood aisle of your food store and check out the amazing array of halibut, tuna, clams or mussels, lobster - with so many... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Ant colony protests to save the Amazon rainforest Wednesday, August 19, 2015 - 01:19 Half a million ants take part in a ''prot
Ant colony protests to save the Amazon rainforest
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 7 days ago
Wednesday, August 19, 2015 - 01:19 Half a million ants take part in a ''protest'' at a German zoo calling for increased protection of the Amazon rainforest. Roselle Chen reports. More than half a... Read more
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Daily Mail
Sumatran rhinoceros driven to EXTINCTION in the wild in MalaysiaSumatran rhino becomes EXTINCT in Malaysia after being killed off by poachers
Sumatran rhinoceros driven to EXTINCTION in the wild in Malaysia
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Sumatran rhino becomes EXTINCT in Malaysia after being killed off by poachers The rhino is now extinct in the wild in Malaysia Survival of the species relies on tiny number of animals in Indonesia The species is also being kept alive in... Read more
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