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.
There's a reason Indonesia is the third-largest greenhouse gas emitter and this is far and away the biggest part: Yale e360 highlights a new report produced by some of the biggest names in environmental activism that shows how
Once biologists started figuring out that their discoveries could get a lot of attention riding the coattails of a famous namesake, they began to get quite creative with taxonomy. As a result, there's a myriad of new species named after fictional
Indonesia and protecting forests haven't really played well together in recent years. Due to high deforestation rates, the nation ranks among the top tier of greenhouse gas emitters--not to mention the effect all this
In what might be one of the most unorthodox methods of preserving an endangered species, the government of Indonesia announced recently that it will begin authorizing individuals to adopt the imperiled Sumatran Tigers to raise as pets. Groups committed
Willie Smits long ago abandoned the customary role of the microbiologist. After working in the Indonesian rainforest for three decades (and marrying a tribal queen), he has taken it upon himself to regrow the delicate ecosystems
Aw... WWF is really kicking in to the Year of Biodiversity quickly, just releasing first-time footage of some super-rare Sumatran tigers (mother + cubs) as the pass in front of and then, from what I can tell from the audio, attempt to lick, eat or
Prada boutique in Tokyo. Credit: fukagawa, CC
Rainforest Action Network's (RAN) has announced that New Hampshire-based luxury packaging company PAK 2000, a supplier of packaging to fashion brands including Versace, Valentino, Prada and J.Crew, will cut
Want to know which cities in Asia are going to get really whacked by climate change, and which ones have the greatest ability to adapt to it? Well, WWF has just released a new report that ranks 11 of them
After U.S. and China...
Indonesia is made up of 17,508 islands, most of which were totally covered by forest until about 50 years ago when that number dropped to 80%. But now, illegal logging and the burning of forests are making the country the third
THTV: Rob Machado & Graham Hill -- The Drifter -- Part 2 from susty.tv on Vimeo.
Hot on the heals of yesterday's Live Earth Run For Water announcement from Kevin Wall and celeb supporters in do-goodness Jessica Biel, Alexandra Cousteau, and Pete Wentz