All posts by Darunee Sukanan
Discarded fishing nets are a menace to corals and marine life
Not even some pristine tropical isles are free from the scourge of abandonded fishing nets.
Protecting mountain gorillas in the Congo is no child’s play
Over the years more than 200 wildlife rangers in the Virunga National Park have lost their lives in the line of duty.
Indigenous people in the US hope to save salmon by removing dams
Salmon in the Klamath River in the United States were once abundant. They no longer are.
Tackling the scourge of plastic in the oceans is a must
Plastic waste has reached catastrophic proportions in the oceans and it is increasing further still.
Kenyan farmers turn to avocados in the face of a changing climate
Compared to coffee, a popular cash crop, avocado is more tolerant of variations in precipitation.
A Thai university leads the way in organic urban agriculture
The 7,000sqm rooftop garden at Thammasat University is the largest such green space in Asia.