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Hunted for its scales and meat, the pangolin, or scaly anteater, is threatened across Asia and Africa by a massive trade in animal parts that is supplying the appetite for traditional medicine, among other uses. The increase in the number of pangolins trafficked globally over the past decade has

Located in: Special Reports

China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) is an ambitious push to better connect China with the world through the build out of infrastructure -- such as roads, rail lines and shipping routes to facilitate trade -- as well as energy development in the form of pipelines and power plants. More recently

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Asbestos is a toxic mineral that has been banned in many Western nations but is widely used in developing countries, where it poses serious health threats to millions of people.
The Basel Convention is a legally binding international treaty that aims to limit international movements of hazardous waste, especially from developed to less developed countries.
Birth defects (also known as congenital disorders) include a wide variety of mental and physical disorders that occur in the babies of otherwise healthy parents.
There are growing concerns that this component of many common plastics poses a range of health threats.
Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that can interfere with the function the endocrine system – the body’s glands and the hormones they produce.
Multilateral Environmental Agreements are legally binding instruments that are of a wider geographic scope than bilateral agreements between two states.
What problems currently impact food production? How can agricultural activities result in lower greenhouse gas emissions while also being productive enough to feed a growing global population? These questions and more are discussed during three webinars aimed at helping journalists from around the w

This third issue of the State of Global Air report is based on the most recent data available (for 2016) and provides a comprehensive picture of global air pollution and health levels and trends (since 1990).

This media guide was produced following a three-day workshop in Buea, Cameroon, aimed at enhancing radio reporters' conservation coverage.
'Our Pacific Ocean, Our Stories', the Ocean Toolkit for Pacific Media was launched at a workshop conducted through a partnership between Internews' Earth Journalism Network, Climate Action Pacific Partnership and SPREP.

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