The campaign to support the protesters has been launched by an international group of 22 scientists spanning a range of disciplines; several of them are renowned climate specialists.
On Dec. 17, 2010, a 26-year-old Tunisian fruit vendor named Tarek el-Tayeb Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire to protest the confiscation of his produce.
International regulations designed to limit the environmental impact of electronic waste could be making the problem worse, experts in Southeast Asia say.
In 2020, delegates from nearly 200 countries will meet in the capital of Yunnan province, southwest China, to agree on a new framework to halt biodiversity loss and protect ecosystems.
African countries must tackle climate change with a new economic model rooted in clean energy, forest protection and technology to support farmers—but they will need more investment and research to
The selection of seed varieties adapted to a particular climate could be refined if farmers themselves assess their performance, using their plots as small, experimental laboratories.
By the close of the century, parts of the Southern Ocean could become impoverished as more acidic seas displace abundant marine food resources.
A new marine protected area (MPA) has been founded in the Philippines within what are considered some of the most biologically diverse waters on Earth.
Use of coal increased again in 2018, raising questions about the Asian super power’s green energy transition. Coal consumption peaked in China in 2013 at 4.24 billion tonnes.
Large numbers of children remain malnourished in Laos, especially in poorer rural parts of the country, despite efforts by the UN World Food Programme and other concerned organisations to provide b
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