Saturday, December 7, 2019

Our Planet, Our Life: Cleaning Up Versova Beach

Text: Shreya Acharya Instead of revelling in a much sought-after public holiday by having breakfast in bed or catching up on daytime TV, about 4800...

Jiuzhaigou Valley

The travertine mirrors of Min Shan Text by YD Bar-Ness & Photos by Lunita S V Mendoza To encounter a calm, clear pool of water in...

Plastic Pollution: The Consumption Conundrum

Cleaning up global plastic pollution is a major problem but the real headache is reducing the world’s appetite for this multifaceted material (Text by...

Two Thai Elephants Rescued and Walked to Samui Elephant Haven

May 23, 2019– Relief and joy were palpable as two rescued Asian elephants—one unwell and one due to give birth within four months –...

Pangaea, Dance of the Moving Continents

Today, we look at the familiar map and see the seemingly stable shapes of the land, but we are just catching a moment in a much more complex dance.

The Great Flood

Legends and stories of waters rising high and deluging the lands are recorded and passed down through the generations by a number of cultures across Asia.

Plastic Pollution: Greenest Countries in Asia

By Terence Koh Plastic pollution is one of the most challenging environmental problems afflicting the world today. With most of the fastest growing economies located...

Before They are Silenced Forever

In Southeast Asia, songbirds are caught, caged and illegally traded. In true colonial fashion, humankind yearns to acquire that which he finds beautiful, but this tendency could silence nature's virtuousos forever.

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