South Sudan is moving ahead with plans for a 240-mile canal to divert water from the White Nile and send it to Egypt. But critics warn the megaproject would desiccate the world’s second largest wetland, impacting its rich wildlife and essential rains.
The cancer-causing gas is colorless, odorless and tasteless, making it an invisible threat to homes built on permafrost.
‘I wake up in the morning and for a moment I still expect to see the forest, and then reality kicks in,’ says Vaggelis Georgantzis, head of the resin producers union.
The sentencing of Ngụy Thị Khanh, her country's most high-profile environmental voice, raises questions about Vietnam’s commitment to ditching coal.
Flooding helps seed majestic cottonwood trees and favors native trout. High water allows them to escape to calmer side channels, where they can spawn.
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