The aquaculture industry is wreaking havoc on natural fish stocks and traditional fishing livelihoods.
Captivity or death. That is the fate of the last free pachyderms in the jungles of Myanmar. Captured or killed by networks of poachers, they are increasingly subject to a macabre trade that puts the entire species at risk. Guillaume Pajot investigates.
How outbreaks of vector-borne diseases manifest in different parts of the world often vary, as do the ways in which governments try to deal with the challenges.
Thanks to the Mijikenda community’s culture and beliefs, parts of the rapidly declining forest have survived the scramble for agricultural land, mining and land conversion for residential complexes.