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How a black market trade is killing the world’s smallest porpoise

Feature Story | 2015-05-27 at 16:04

In some Asian cultures, the dried swim bladders of certain large fishes are considered a culinary delicacy. To Chinese people they are known as fish maw, and are highly prized as symbols of high social status. However, the senseless worship of...

Agricultural expansion needs regulating!

Blog entry by Shuxuan Chen | 2015-05-12

Sinochem International’s murky rubber plantation deals are threatening a Cameroon UNESCO world heritage site.  On the fringes of one of the world's most precious and delicate areas of pristine rainforest, home to an exceptional...

6 examples of China’s amazing biodiversity

Blog entry by Shuxuan Chen | 2016-05-21

Did you know that China is home to 10% of the world’s biodiversity?   China is one of the most biologically diverse countries on the planet. From the adorable Ili Pika, to species of trees older than the dinosaurs, elusive...

Endangered species pay the price of palm oil's expansion

Blog entry by Ntumwel Bonito Chia and Denis Kupsch | 2014-10-15 1 comment

There have been a   number of reports in recent months   shedding light on the   serious threat industrial agribusiness plantations   can pose to the habitat of large mammals.   Be this the gorilla, the chimpanzee,   the forest...

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