There is something mesmerizing about this clip of a squid worm, also named teuthidodrilus samae by researchers after it was 'discovered' recently in the depths of the Celebes Sea between Indonesian and the Philippines.
This one's probably a bit insider-info for most TreeHugger readers, and I admit I'm partially to blame for it, but bear with me because it's if you care about rampant greenwashing and deforestation it's important: A group of prominent scientists has
Sometimes it takes a heartbreaking video to fully grasp the scale to which some human activities are jeopardizing habitats of crucial species around the world. When the World Wildlife Fund installed a camera on the
Take this one as reinforcement of what plenty of environmental NGOs have been saying for some time: The commercial palm oil industry in Indonesia and Malaysia is trampling the rights of indigenous people and destroying
Another interesting twist in the ongoing saga of Indonesia's greenhouse gas emissions from deforestation and how to slow them: As Mongabay reports, a new report by the World Agroforestry Centre shows that because so many of the nation's emissions from
Image: Conservation International (CI)
Pea-Sized Frog is Old World's Smallest
The smallest frog known on the Asian, European or African continents - and one of the world's tiniest frogs - was found by a group of scientists searching for "lost
To say sightings of Lutra sumatrana, better known as the hairy-nosed otter, in Borneo are rare would be an understatement. The most recent spotting occurred after one of the otters was struck by a car and killed in Brunei.
Echoing a recent Greenpeace report on the deforestation in Indonesia by the paper industry, Eyes on the Forest is highlighting the actions of Asia Pulp & Paper and APRIL in illegally clearing forests and undermining government
Responding to Greenpeace's recent report (a screengrab of which is above) on the wholesale destruction of Indonesian rainforest by Sinar Mas Group affiliate Asia Pulp & Paper, Walmart issued a press statement Wednesday expressing shock that it would be
photo: Patrick Barry via flickr
Greenpeace is again pointing a finger the international companies responsible for Indonesian deforestation, and the international brands aiding and abetting them through purchasing their products. This time it's the Sinar
Concerned about forest-destroying palm oil? You can now rest a little easier. The world's largest food and drinks conglomerate, Nestlé has pledged to stop using palm oil linked to rainforest destruction.