Climbing Australia’s giant red rock Uluru banned

CLIMBING the world’s largest monolith Uluru was banned Wednesday amid concerns it was becoming a “theme park,” undermining the giant red rock’s deep cultural...

Forest fires stoke record loss in world tree cover

OSLO -- Forest fires in Brazil and Indonesia contributed to a record loss in global tree cover in 2016, equivalent to the size of...

A chance Amazon encounter, then a tribe’s near extinction

WAIAPI, BRAZIL -- Tzako Waiapi remembers perfectly the day he first stumbled across white men while hunting in the Amazon rainforest: within months nearly...

Climate-disrupting volcanoes helped topple ancient Egypt

PARIS — Sun-choking debris cast off by volcanoes more than 2,000 years ago starved headwaters feeding the Nile river and hastened the downfall of...

Massacre fears spark race to save rare Australia parrot

SYDNEY — Critically endangered Swift Parrots are under threat from squirrel-like sugar gliders in a battle for space in Australia’s ancient forests, scientists said...

Sarangani Underwater Cleanup

A team from the Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office and the Provincial Information Office took on the role of “scubasurero” in an underwater...

LRMC cleans up Manila’s longest creek

Last month, with its program Live for the Rivers Movement Coalition, the Light Rail Manila Corp. (LRMC) stepped up its commitment by providing livelihood...

Responsible travel and surfing

Surf and lifestyle brand Reef promoted responsible travel and environmental conservation with a fun-filled weekend in Baler, Aurora, during the Free the Sea Movement...

Planting the seeds of hope

HOPE LITERALLY grows in Pantar, Lanao del Norte, as concerned organizations and government agencies have banded together to teach halal organic farming to families...

Bagels, pretzels, Boo! How to explain science Nobels

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN -- What do a pretzel, a lock of hair, and a scream have in common? They’ve all been used to explain the...

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