FRANKFURT— Bayer AG’s big push into the U.S. agrochemical market with its planned acquisition of Monsanto Co.
DUBROVNIK, Croatia—The cocoa industry must try to adapt to climate change or risk disastrous effects on global production, a group of cocoa industry experts and scientists said Thursday, speaking a
European astronomers on Wednesday announced their discovery of a small rocky planet potentially hospitable to life circling the star closest to our own solar system—our nearest neighbor in a galaxy
MANILA—Protected by their country’s navy, Chinese fishing boats devastated mile upon mile of pristine coral in Philippine waters, using their propellers as blades to hack out giant clams buried in
SINGAPORE—Singapore is building its newest airport terminal higher and creating sea walls along its coast as the island city-state seeks to protect itself from possible flooding due to global warmi
RIO DE JANEIRO—A new pollution problem has surfaced in Guanabara Bay, the venue for sailing in the Rio de Janeiro Olympics.
BANGKOK—A Buddhist temple west of Bangkok, once a staple on the Thailand’s tourist trail, is at the center of one of the country’s biggest-ever wildlife-trafficking investigations after scores of d
WASHINGTON—The White House is set to propose a new rule Wednesday that would push companies with federal contracts to publicly disclose more information about their impact on climate change, their
PHAYA MENGRAI, Thailand—A severe drought caused by the El Niño weather system has inflamed water-linked problems across Southeast Asia in a region that hosts some of the world’s most fertile farmla
SALVADOR, Brazil—Ana Gabriela do Prado Paschoal sat at a desk in a small medical exam room and began a familiar, heartbreaking ritual. Your baby’s head is smaller than normal, Dr.
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