Stories about Environment from June, 2016
Political Sniping Follows India's Failure to Win Nuclear Suppliers Group Membership
"Those dissing govt becoz india not part of nsg : this is the reason we not respected : letting politics come in way of standing by nation"
Take a Virtual Reality Tour of West Papua’s Coral Reefs
Through a virtual reality film, we can now see the underwater treasures of Birds’ Head and feel like we are “scuba diving in a healthy reef.”
Japan gears up for a hot, humid rainy season
"Good morning. Isn't it muggy? With all this rain, Kyushu seems to be having a hard time again. I wonder if they're all right. Be careful. OK?"
Chile Is Battling an Environmental Crisis Called ‘The Red Tide’
The phenomenon known as the “red tide,” seen across the country has claimed the lives of more than 24 million salmon and hundreds of other marine species.
Climate Change Threatens Qoyllur Riti, a Festival That Mixes Catholic and Indigenous Beliefs in Peru
The Peruvian celebration of Qoyllur Riti shows the religious syncretism typical of the region, but it's being threatened by climate change.
The Number One Thing We Can Do to Protect the Earth’s Oceans
Marine governance favors consumption and commerce over conservation. Here's what we can do about it.
Researchers Around the World Are Learning From Indigenous Communities. Here’s Why That’s a Good Thing.
“The hardest thing is to sit in a room with scientists who think they’ve discovered something, but their scientific discovery just confirms what our oral histories have talked about forever.”
Tons of Fish Are Dying Mysteriously in Vietnam. Whales, Too.
For the past two months, tons of fish have washed up dead on the shores of central Vietnam. Seven dead whales, too.
Colombia City Combines Gardening and Hip Hop to Revive Community
In one of the poorest areas of Colombia, people sing and cultivate collective memory and community empowerment.