Linking Journalism with the Web of Life
For two weeks beginning Monday, the focus of the world will be on the South African city of Durban hosting the global climate change summit in the quest to save the world.
As the world meets for the 17th time in as many years, there is a dark cloud hovering over the expectations from the summit. Experts predict nothing substantive to come out of the summit despite the world running out of time.
The Prime Minister Jigmi Y. Thinley has declared that the Durban summit is…
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The conservation efforts and translocation strategy employed by the conservation organisation Ezemvelo KZN Wildlife over the past 40 years to save black rhinoceros in South Africa from extinction, has received a big thumbs up from zoologists at Stellenbosch University (South Africa). This is at least some good news for the species that yet again faces severe threats from poachers.
A Stellenbosch University genetic survey of black rhinos on provincial nature reserves and…Continue
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The Greenish Warbler (Phylloscopus… Continue
On September 20, BBC published a report in its Earth News section of its web edition that has had the global wildlife and conservation community abuzz with excitement. In the article, ‘Lost tiger population discovered in Bhutan mountains’, editor Earth News, Matt Walker, described with unconcealed…Continue
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