Brazil is reporting its CO2 emissions within U.N.
High up in the treetops of Borneo live “exploding ants,” so named because of their unique defensive behavior.
Anti-trafficking authorities have seized 513 kilograms (1,131 pounds) of pangolin scales at Cotonou airport in the West African country of Benin, the Beninese newspaper La Nouvelle Tribune reports.
JAKARTA — An effort by the Indonesian government to compile a single map of land-use cover across the vast archipelago is nearing completion seven years after it began, but continues to be hampered
The Zambia Metrology Agency (ZMA) has with immediate effect suspended the supply and sale of potable water by some companies due to lack of compliance.
Latest reports from Department of Disaster Management Affairs [Dodma] on the ongoing assessments of Karonga floods indicate that three people have been killed.
A group under Women for Land Rights in Liberia yesterday presented a petition to Lofa County Senator George T.
ĐỒNG NAI — Chin Well Fasteners Việt Nam Company in Hiệp Phước Commune, Nhơn Trạch District, was fined VNĐ3.5 billion (US$154,000) for releasing untreated wastewater and directly burying 1,600 tonne
China’s Ministry of Ecology and Environment announced yesterday that China will ban imports of 32 types of solid waste in its latest move to reduce environmental pollution.
In support of land reform programs, the Liberia Land Authority (LLA) in partnership with the World Bank have launched the Liberia Land Administration project to strengthen the capacity of the LLA i
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