The Anthropocene refers to humanity’s most recent and ecologically destructive period – perhaps starting around the time of the Industrial Revolution. Although the term hasn’t been officially adopted […]
An estimated 50% of supermarket products – including make-up and hygiene products and household foods – contain palm oil. Environmentally-conscious consumers are frustrated by its seemingly inescapable presence. […]
Canada is known for its varied landscape, ranging from mountains and rolling plains, to rivers, lakes, and Arctic tundras. It is therefore unsurprising that a great variety of […]
Although perhaps not famous for its biodiversity richness, Europe is home to a variety of charismatic and ecologically vital species. Despite some important progress in conservation measures in […]
Hazards facing the local dolphin population have one common feature – they are all consequences of human activity. And in Hong Kong, many of them converge in the […]
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