A newly published study by WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society) has found that impacts of Tropical Cyclone Winston on the coastal communities of Fiji went beyond the immediate loss of lives and infrastructure. The cyclone also had a lingering effect on the fisheries many communities depend on, particularly on the availability of commercially important crustaceans.
Complete Article From the publisher.In a space no longer than 500 metres, researchers say they recorded at least 195 different species of corals A team of researchers says it has discovered the most diverse coral […]
Complete Article From the publisher.Special Rapporteur on indigenous peoples calls for a new, rights-based approach to conservation The United Nations Special Rapporteur on indigenous peoples, Victoria Tauli-Corpuz, has released a report highly critical of the […]
Complete Article From the publisher.The Earth has already warmed approximately 1.7 degrees since 1901, the Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA) reports, and projected warming between 2.7 degrees and 3.6 degrees by 2100 will bring even […]