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China removes Pangolin scales from medicine list

China removes Pangolin scales from medicine list

Campaigners hope the move will help end global trade in the scaly anteater, identified as a possible host for Covid-19. Pangolin scales have been removed from an official 2020 listing of ingredients approved for use in traditional Chinese medicine in a move lauded by...

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China removes Pangolin scales from medicine list

China removes Pangolin scales from medicine list

Campaigners hope the move will help end global trade in the scaly anteater, identified as a possible host for Covid-19. Pangolin scales have been removed from an official 2020 listing of ingredients approved for use in traditional Chinese medicine in a move lauded by...

Forests
Amazon Deforestation for January Hits Record

Amazon Deforestation for January Hits Record

Deforestation in the Amazon rainforest in Brazil more than doubled in January compared with the previous year, according to official data published Friday. More than 280 square kilometers (110 square miles) were cleared, an increase of 108 percent. It was the largest...

Cutting Trees Makes Forest Fires Worse Experts Say

Cutting Trees Makes Forest Fires Worse Experts Say

Allowing logging in national parks would increase the intensity of bushfires by boosting the amount of flammable fuel and creating additional "kindling", experts have warned. Millions of hectares have been scorched in raging bushfires across Australia since October...

Over One Billion Animals Died in Australia’s Bushfires

Over One Billion Animals Died in Australia’s Bushfires

Adelaide wildlife rescuer Simon Adamczyk holds a koala he rescued at a burning forest near Cape Borda on Kangaroo Island (Picture: EPA) The number of wildlife feared to have died in the bushfires ravaging Australia has soared to over one billion. Chris Dickman, an...

Overfishing
Wildlife conservation

Fishmeal factories in the Gambia

This is a mini documentary about the Chinese invasion of fishmeal factories in the Gambia seen through the eyes of the locals.

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