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Indonesia is the world’s largest island nation, extending 5,120 kilometres from east to west,1,760 kilometres from north to south, and consisting of more than 900 permanently inhabited islands and at least another 7500 other
What’s the first thing that pops into your mind when you think about food waste? If the first word was “opportunity” then you’re on the right track! We can all agree that food waste
Time, migrations, history, and a variety of other factors can bring plants and animals from one area to another, resulting in the transplant of non-native species. Sometime intentional, sometimes accidental, the introduction of non-native
A recent article in Forbes delved into the importance of traditional fishing communities – a group that has been long overlooked – in ocean conservation. “A sector that has alienated people needs to reimagine
The impact of climate change seems far-off and abstract until it directly impacts your community. On September 1, 2019 Hurricane Dorian made a direct hit to my island home in The Bahamas. While I

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