A Zimbabwe organization is at the forefront of earthworm technology. It’s producing nourishing organic compost that ensures great farm produce - and offers solutions for waste disposal.
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Most of Thailand's elephants live in captivity, offering rides and photo ops to tourists. But with the industry hit by the pandemic, some are now settling into a new life on a Chiang Mai nature reserve.
Mauritians have taken spill containment into their own hands by making sugar pulp booms. A 2019 Bay of Biscay cargo ship leak saw higher-tech intervention. How can the ecological disaster from oil spills be minimized?
Police say they were authorized to board the Japanese-owned ship as part of its investigation into the oil spill that sparked an ecological disaster. Both Japan and France said they will send disaster relief teams.
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