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World Watch

As global agricultural resources shrink or shift, countries are crossing border to obtain new farmlands For Immediate Release | October 6, 2015 | CONTACT GAELLE GOURMELONNotes to Editors: To schedule interviews, obtain a rev

Papua New Guinea First to Finalize Climate Plan Under Paris Agreement
Papua New Guinea recently became the first country to formally submit the final version of its national climate action plan (called a “Nationally Determined Contribution,” or NDC) under the Paris Agreement. The small Pacific nation’s plan to transit

Every Friday, IRIN’s team of specialist editors offers a round-up of humanitarian trends and developments from around the globe.   On our radar:   Syria’s new crisis   Last week, IRIN’s Ben Parker reported on the UN’s worst-case scenario for a gover

In this landmark year for Papua New Guinea, the Lowy Institute convened a panel of three of Papua New Guinea’s prominent emerging leaders to discuss the future of their country and the likely challenges that their generation will face. The panel inc

After 40 years of independence, there are good reasons to be optimistic about the future of Papua New Guinea. The country is endowed with vast natural resources, a capacity to feed itself, and a young population. Papua New Guinea also benefits from
Frog Life

Miniaturisation in amphibians – evolutionary specialisation Amphibians exhibit vast ranges in body size ranging from just 7 mm long in the smallest known species (Paedophryne amanuensis) to 33 cm in the largest frog (Conraua goliath), which represen

Observed transport variations in the Maluku Channel of the Indonesian Seas associated with western boundary current changes

Air Pollution Increases Diabetes Risk at Levels EPA Calls Safe, Study Finds
A major study published Friday in The Lancet Planetary Health has confirmed a reported link between air pollution and diabetes in a big way, finding that particulate matter exposure can increase risk for the disease even at levels currently deemed s
Eco Business

APB, the Dutch pension fund for government and education employees, announced it would divest 300,000 euros from the firm owned by one of South Korea's largest conglomerates over forest destruction for palm oil in Indonesian Papua.

Papua New Guinea landowners take up arms against natural gas project
PORT MORESBY — Heavily armed civilian groups have burned and damaged ExxonMobil construction equipment in a land dispute involving a natural gas plant in Papua New Guinea. The civil unrest took place Wellhead A, part of the PNG LNG (Papua New Guinea

Sandia National Laboratories receives $10m from DOE to design a cheaper and more efficient solar energy system

Sandia National Laboratories receives $10m from

1800s technology unearthed in Spokane project

1800s technology unearthed in Spokane project

2018 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming News Roundup Number 28

2018 SkS Weekly Climate Change & Global Warming

Former Ducks, Senators goalie Ray Emery drowns in Canada

Former Ducks, Senators goalie Ray Emery drowns in

Latam Eco Review: Spectacled bears in the spotlight

Latam Eco Review: Spectacled bears in the