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Forest fires 16 000km away affect Singapore
Forest fires 16 000km away affect Singapore
The Mail & Guardian is publishing this article as part of a network of over 300 publications that are sharing journalism on the climate...
Malaysia to ship back hundreds of tonnes of plastic waste
Malaysia to ship back hundreds of tonnes of plastic waste
Hundreds of tonnes of imported plastic waste will be shipped back to where it came from, Malaysia said Tuesday, insisting the country did not want...
Death or taxes for polluting plastic
Death or taxes for polluting plastic
Pictures of decaying sea birds, their body cavities stuffed with plastic — from lighters to bottle tops — will be among the first...
Madagascar elections: An environmental disaster in waiting
Madagascar elections: An environmental disaster in waiting
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Nepal set to double tiger population under WWF global plan
Nepal set to double tiger population under WWF global plan
Nepal's wild tiger population has nearly doubled over the last nine years, officials said Monday, in a victory for the impoverished country's drive...
China's ban on domestic ivory sales comes into force
China's ban on domestic ivory sales comes into force
A ban on all sales of ivory products in China comes into force on Sunday, a move hailed by conservationists as an important step in the fight to...
UN: A solution to tackling global greenhouse gases
UN: A solution to tackling global greenhouse gases
On Sunday about 190 nations agreed on the building blocks of a new-style global deal, due in 2015, to combat climate change amid warnings that far...
[Slideshow]Living on the edge of extinction
[Slideshow]Living on the edge of extinction
The bi-annual Living Planet Index, released by the World Wide Fund for Nature, found that human activity has wiped out half of Earth’s wildlife.
It's South Africa's turn to turn off for Earth Hour
It's South Africa's turn to turn off for Earth Hour
Millions of people have, throughout the day, been turning off their lights for Earth Hour in a global effort to raise awareness about climate...
Pesticides threaten the great reef
Pesticides threaten the great reef
Australia's Great Barrier Reef will suffer damage as a result of a decision to allow farmers in far north Queensland to resume using a pesticide,...
Carbon or resource rent tax?
Carbon or resource rent tax?
The ANC appears ambivalent about introducing a carbon tax if its policy discussion document on state intervention in the minerals sector is...
Pick n Pay commits to transforming its seafood operations by 2015
Pick n Pay commits to transforming its seafood operations by 2015
As South African celebrated National Marine Week national retailer Pick n Pay announced its plans to commit to transforming its entire fresh,...

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