Scientists are urging people and firms to change the way they use technology to reduce emissions.
Once native to the lush rainforests of Brazil, two species of rare and endangered macaws have now nestled in Singapore. Working with Brazilian authorities, the Jurong Bird Park aims to revive numbers for the dying Spix’s and Lear’s macaws. Produced by Heather Chen, Aimran Supardi and Muhammad Fahmi. Source link Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest LinkedIn
Image copyright Nick Wiggins/ABC Image caption Wildlife expert Caitlin Raynor posted a note above the bush stone-curlew When wildlife expert Caitlin Raynor saw a bird mesmerised with its reflection, she feared people might be concerned. So she posted a note above it. “I’m a bush stone-curlew,” the message explained. “I’m fine. I just like to […]
Image copyright Philippe Le Tellier Fifty years ago, the supertanker SS Torrey Canyon hit rocks off the coast of Cornwall, spilling more than 100,000 tonnes of crude oil into the English Channel. Beaches were left knee-deep in sludge and thousands of sea birds were killed in what remains the UK’s worst environmental accident. It was […]