Why Environmentalists are Mocking this Thai Summit

The Southeast Asian country and its allies have been accused of “greenwashing”.

The Aviation Industry’s War Against “Flight Shame”

It is one of the fastest-growing sources of greenhouse gas emissions.

How Science May Save the Planet, According to Leonardo DiCaprio

Are we going to let climate change destroy civilization or will we act on technologies that can reverse it?

Why Elephants Are No Longer Safe in Botswana

Botswana lifted its ban on elephant hunting, saying the population had increased and farmers' livelihoods were being impacted.

That Sinking Feeling in the Philippines

Cities in the archipelagic Southeast Asian country are facing a “slow-motion disaster”.

Here’s Why Indonesia is Planning to Relocate its Capital

There’s a chance that this could be happening in just a few years.

Crawling to Extinction: Singapore Turtle Haven Fights for Life

The Singapore sanctuary - a Guinness World Record holder - was forced to relocate due to government redevelopment plans.

New Research: Earth As We Know It Will Bug Out If Insects Go Extinct

The decline of insect species is issue that will be bugging us for future generations.

Scaled Up: Malaysian Authorities Seize ​A Record Number of Pangolins

Malaysian authorities seized 30 tonnes of pangolins and their scales worth some US$2 million in raids on major processing facilities.