30 Aug '16, 6am

Mass coral bleaching in Singapore: why should I care?

Sandflies: the bane of our shores Sandflies are the beasts I most dread on the shore. I fear them even more than mosquitos. Why? Because I can't see or feel them when th... Mass coral bleaching in Singapore: why should I care? Singapore has amazing coral reefs! Sadly, they are turning white -- ‘bleaching’. As are many other reefs around the world, such as the giano... 'Orange' water at Berlayar Creek Berlayar Creek is a lovely natural stream edged by wild mangroves right next to Labrador MRT station. A boardwalk with two look outs allows ... Wild fun for kids during the September school holidays! Exciting nature activities specially for kids are lined up for the coming school holidays! Lots of fun ways to discover and enjoy Singapore&... Mass coral bleaching at Terumbu Pempang Laut Mass coral bleaching is happening at Terumbu Pempang Laut. There are not many corals on this...

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South Africa to become wind energy hot spot (and why we should care)

South Africa to become wind energy hot spot (an...

treehugger.com 30 Aug '16, 11am

As recently as 2012, South Africa had very little wind energy capacity—10 MW to be precise—and it had taken ten years to g...