Linking Journalism with the Web of Life
By Francis Npong
Pearl Millet is one of the hunger breaker crops in parts of Northern Ghana. Often referred to as savannah vegetation, northern Ghana records a maximum of 55mm of annual rainfall. In some case less of this…Continue
Added by Npong Balikawu Francis on June 6, 2015 at 19:58 — No Comments
A new initiative launched across Africa by African professionals known as Our Africa Our Resources (OAOR) to protect and conserve African natural resources from exploitation and unsustainable use. We are a group of middle-aged and young Africans networking across Africa for protection, conservation and management of African Natural resources.
OAOR have virtual presence and coordinators in Nigeria, Liberia, Zimbabwe, Namibia, Tanzania, Uganda, South Africa, Malawi, Cameroon,…Continue
Added by Amos Smith on May 27, 2015 at 18:45 — No Comments
Continue reading at http://www.unb.com.bd/air-index
Added by Md Rafiqul Islam on May 25, 2015 at 13:40 — No Comments
Continue reading at http://www.dhakacourier.com.bd/the-wild-west-for-wildlife/
Added by Md Rafiqul Islam on May 25, 2015 at 13:10 — No Comments
In the latest study to report rapid loss of wildlife, researchers estimate that 106 bird species have disappeared from an area of forest. Continue reading at Under the Banyan
Added by Mike Shanahan on February 24, 2015 at 10:11 — No Comments
My latest article in thethirdpole.net
"Unchecked construction, pollution and illegal fishing has led to a sharp decline of trout in rivers and lakes, a major source of food and livelihoods for mountain communities in northern Pakistan...........…Continue
Added by Mohammad Zubair khan on February 17, 2015 at 14:40 — No Comments
Sequel to the award-winning film about oil companies in the Amazon. 20 years later Big Oil is back!
A compelling feature-length film that will combine footage from 20 years ago and from…
Added by CHRISTOPHER WALKER on January 13, 2015 at 0:09 — No Comments
Happy to share with you my latest article, co-authored by Ajit Panda, titled "Small farms, big values," published in the LEISA India magazine latest issue.
A brief intro to the article: Small scale farmers, many of whom are themselves among world’s hungry people, feed the world’s majority. In fact, family farmers not only produce the major share of the food consumed but…
Added by Ranjan K Panda on December 30, 2014 at 18:03 — No Comments
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Pyeongchang, Republic of Korea, hosts the 12th Conference of the Parties to the Convention on Biological Diversity October 6-17.
This event is one the most important on the globe for those keen on protectingbiodiversity. When reports estimate losses of 40 percent of all land and sea animals since 1970, an action plan needs to be crafted…Continue
Added by ron mader on October 10, 2014 at 3:22 — No Comments
SEATTLE, Washington -- August 12, 2014 -- The JRS Biodiversity Foundation today announced the five grant recipients from its January 2014 call for innovative grant proposals in the field of biodiversity informatics. These grants cover diverse approaches to collecting and creating access to biodiversity knowledge and underscore the foundation's commitment to advancing biodiversity informatics, investment in sub-Saharan Africa, and to capacity building to increase knowledge of…Continue
Added by Izzy Phillips on August 13, 2014 at 18:52 — No Comments
SEATTLE, August 8, 2014 -- The JRS Biodiversity Foundation is pleased to announce the funding of two new awards that expand upon the outstanding work of two previous grants. JRS awards funding to the Université d'Abomey-Calavi (Benin) and to Tulane University (USA) to continue important work in the foundation's focus region of Africa. "JRS is excited to extend our partnerships and capacity building in Africa through the continued development of Benin's biodiversity information portal and by…Continue
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By Michael Bear
Enter the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, where citizen scientists from all over the world (without Ph.Ds or white lab coats) can enter data about their bird sightings and even discover new species.
“Collecting the observations of everyday birders for scientific use is a hallmark of the Lab. Bird watchers of all ages and skill levels help gather the data needed to capture the big picture about the distribution and abundance of birds.…Continue
Added by Michael Bear on July 13, 2014 at 3:22 — No Comments
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PRESS RELEASE – HEALTHY SEAS
ECNC Land & Sea Group, Aquafil and Star Sock
The European retailer Kaufland will be the first partner…Continue
Added by Wijnja on June 18, 2014 at 9:09 — No Comments
Bringing Nepal’s community forestry Ideas to West Africa
A long journey it was indeed, from Liberia to Southeast Asia. And finally, I arrived at the Tribhuvan International Airport and headed strict to the Kathmandu Guest House. I was four days late for class.
The purpose of my visit, to form part of Future Generations Graduate School class 2014 term III residential to gain insight into the successes leading to Sustainable Community Based Natural Resource Management in…Continue
Added by Amos Smith on June 12, 2014 at 17:36 — No Comments
Added by Npong Balikawu Francis on May 9, 2014 at 12:51 — No Comments
Erabudu is the flower of the Avurudu season but you will hardly be able to find erabadu these days. Instead, rosy trumpet (tabebuia) flowers bloom, marking the onset of the New Year season becoming the messenger of Biodiversity to announce the dawn of the spring. (photos by Susantha Udagedara)
This is the famous sakura flower season in Japan with thousands of cherry trees in full bloom. The cherry trees shed their leaves in winter and in spring…Continue
Added by Malaka Rodrigo on April 17, 2014 at 6:18 — No Comments