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November 4, 2020

Can Newspaper Reporting Uncover Flood Risk?

Sources are click here In areas of low or no flood monitoring, archival coverage of historical flooding can help scientists make better risk predictions. The United Arab […]
November 4, 2020

Social Forestry for Community Welfare

November 4, 2020

Catalyzing A Restoration Movement in The Context of The UN Decade on Ecosystem Restoration: Monitoring and Action on the Ground

November 4, 2020

Palm oil peril: Is your peanut butter putting primates at risk?

THE GREEN READ Features|The Green Read Sources of Information Palm oil is found in half of all our consumer goods. But the production of it is […]
November 4, 2020

‘Lost’ chameleon rediscovered after a century in hiding. And it’s spectacular.

By Stephanie Pappas – Live Science Contributor 13 hours ago When the female Voeltzkow’s chameleon gets stressed, she displays a pattern of red dots and a streak of purple against […]
November 4, 2020

Policy Paper Opportunity to Arrange Small Holders’ palm oil in State’s Forest Areas

Policy Paper – Peluang Penataan Sawit Rakyat di Kawasan Hutan (1)
November 4, 2020

Q&A: FSC on the Role of Brands in the Fight Against Climate Change

Sources of Information FOREST STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL IMAGE: FSC GERMANYSPONSORED CONTENT / THIS ARTICLE IS SPONSORED BY FOREST STEWARDSHIP COUNCIL. As Forest Stewardship Council Director General Kim Carstensen explains, the certification helps […]
November 3, 2020

A Toxic Work Culture is forcing your Best Employees to Quit!

OCTOBER 28, 2020 BY BRIGETTE ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedIn Whenever a boss acts like a dictator – shutting down, embarrassing, or firing anyone who dares to challenge the status quo – […]