Environment

Indonesian omnibus law’s ‘whitewash’ of illegal palm oil shocks its architects

Hans Nicholas Jong - MongaBay - Creative CommonsIndonesian lawmakers appear outraged at a scheme from a law they already passed that grants amnesty to oil palm plantations operating illegally inside forest areas. The...

Genetically modified mosquitoes are being released in Florida

(The AEGIS Alliance) - Thousands of mosquitos that have been genetically modified are starting to be released into Florida as of this week in a coordinated effort to battle disease-spreading types of the flying...

Rhino Poacher trampled to death by Elephants in South Africa

(The AEGIS Alliance) - A presumed rhinoceros poacher was stomped to death by a herd of elephants during mating season as he ran away from authorities together with 2 accused accomplices in South Africa's...

Drinking coffee in the U.S.? Worry about forests in Vietnam, study says

malavikavyawahare - MongaBay - Creative CommonsThe U.S.’s thirst for coffee drives forest loss in central Vietnam, while Germany’s craving for cocoa is doing the same in West Africa, a landmark study that tracks...

The nine boundaries humanity must respect to keep the planet habitable

(MongaBay) - Glenn Scherer - MongaBay - Creative Commons All life on Earth, and human civilization, are sustained by vital biogeochemical systems, which are in delicate balance. However, our species — due largely to rapid population...

Barn fire kills giraffes in suburban D.C. zoo

(The AEGIS Alliance) - A couple of giraffes died Monday due to a barn fire at a suburban zoo in Washington, D.C.Roer's Zoofari in Vienna, Virginia, grieved the fatality of a giraffe called Waffles...

Magnitude 7.3 earthquake strikes near site of Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan

(The AEGIS Alliance) - TOKYO, JAPAN - A magnitude 7.3 earthquake rocked off the coast of Japan's Fukushima prefecture on Saturday where one of the world's worst nuclear disasters happened nearly a decade ago.https://youtu.be/gHnF3MOkjNgThe...

Hackers Tried to Poison a Florida City’s Water Supply

(The AEGIS Alliance) - OLDSMAR, FLORIDA - Officials are investigating after somebody hacked into and took control of the city water treatment facility's computer system and attempted to drastically increase the water’s sodium hydroxide content...
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