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By the end of the day, the lime green wall was covered with fluttering pieces of white copy paper, some with expressive drawings, others with words in Khmer script. Some of the paper were taped together in groups based on their thematic content. Tired participants sat in clusters, some checking Facebook, others chatting with friends from distant provinces they hadn’t seen in some time. On Tuesday, participants from three of the NGOs serving signing deaf people in Cambodia, Deaf […]
While on a game drive in the Samburu National Reserve in north-central Kenya, we came across a leopard relaxing in the forked branches of a tree on the banks of the muddy Ewaso Nyiro River. She was fast asleep in the branches, and after some time photographing the lazy feline, we prepared to move on. But…
Finding "safe" netting sites is not always easy as we discovered while on the Huab River during our quest to learn more about the desert bats of Namibia.
On Wednesday evening, Earth Day, the Goldman Environmental Prizes were celebrated in Washington, D.C., in the 26th annual recognition of some of the world’s most fearless grassroots campaigners. The six winners from around the globe each earned $175,000 and join a prestigious group of activists from 83 countries that have been named since 1989, in…
A U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) analysis released Monday reveals that the country’s energy-related carbon emissions grew last year but more slowly than the economy as a whole, representing a decoupling of emissions and economic growth that is projected to continue through 2015 (subscription). Bloomberg reports that the difference in the emissions increase and the…
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