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Singapore started crushing nine tonnes worth of elephant ivory on Tuesday, in what authorities said was the biggest such event globally in recent years and signalled the island nation’s fight against illegal trade in wildlife.
The country’s latest calamity illustrates a striking inequity of our time: The people least responsible for climate change are among those most hurt by its consequences.
A lack of bees in agricultural areas is limiting the supply of some food crops, a new US-based study has found, suggesting that declines in the pollinators may have serious ramifications for global food security.
Global emissions of methane, a potent greenhouse gas, have soared over the past decade, according to two new studies that tracked growing sources of the odorless, colorless gas.
An article in ScienceNews revealed that in 2014, the world collectively threw away an astounding 44.4 million metric tons of unwanted ‘e-waste’
Government hopes to generate $600m in investment and states and territories must match federal contribution to receive funding
Botswana’s government is yet to test the remains of the dead animals in what has been described as a ‘conservation disaster’