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Climate Experts Warn Global of Danger. Weather experts say that June 2019 has been the hottest in 140 years, setting a global record, with human and other catastrophes in various parts of the world. According to a global climate report released by the United States (U.S.) National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) on Thursday July […]Continue Reading
Zimbabwe has become the latest Southern African nation to take on elephant conservationists, by demanding it is allowed to sell its stockpile of ivory to raise money for conservation. Wildlife authorities in the cash-strapped nation estimate the country’s decades-old hoard of ivory is worth around $300 million, which they say would help plug funding gaps […]Continue Reading
Cycling to counter climate change / air pollution Air pollution, a man-made problem is currently among the world’s leading health risk claiming millions of lives every year. As move to counter these, all governments should start investing in the pedal power to improve the air quality. The Bicycle, according to the United Nation, is simple, […]Continue Reading
For over four decades, China’s economy has maintained rapid growth hence captured worldwide attention with its achievements. However, the pollution that comes with it, particularly that of the air, has also attracted global attention and condemnation in equal measure. So then as the World Celebrate the World envionment Day in China what lessons can be […]Continue Reading
Globally, the current quality of the water we drink, the food we consume and the air we breathe entirely depends on our shared protection of the environment. According to the United Nations Environment Programme, over one million species are under threat of extinction, the oceans under stress while air pollution continues to claim million lives […]Continue Reading
Following weeks of civil defiance protests by the climate group Extinction Rebellion with the aim of raising awareness and pressuring the government into finding lasting solutions to the current global climate crisis, Britain’s parliament declared a symbolic climate change “emergency” in a nod to the increasingly vocal activist movement. According to the Government Climate Continue Reading
Environmental activists plan protests outside banks including Goldman Sachs, the Bank of England, Rothschild and Nomura on the final day of protests aimed at forcing Britain to take action to avert what they cast as a global climate cataclysm. The Extinction Rebellion group is also planning protests outside Deutsche Bank, Royal Bank of Canada and […]Continue Reading
Controversy on AMHN Hosting Brazilian President at Person of the Year Gala Dinner Around the globe, natural-history museums are mainly used as research centers, public and tourist attractions, and storage facilities of natural treasures.  Besides preserving the history of various species, however, many museums around the world are also rental event spaces that demand Continue Reading
The U.N. Warns Of Serious and Acute Food Insecurity as 113 Million Go Hungry Starvation and food insecurity are among the topmost contributors to humanitarian crises around the world. In its crisis report for 2019, the International Rescue Committee’s (IRC) projected that most of the countries that would likely require humanitarian assistance would be as […]Continue Reading
The death toll after Cyclone Idai, one of the deadliest in southern Africa has risen to at least 215. The cyclone tore into central Mozambique last week on Thursday before continuing on to Zimbabwe and Malawi, causing flash floods and ferocious winds. According to the Red Cross, at least 126 people were killed in Mozambique and Malawi, while 89 Continue Reading
The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), whose global headquarters is based in Kenya’s capital city, Nairobi, opened its scheduled annual assembly on Monday, March 11, even under a dark cloud cast by the Ethiopian Airlines plane crash that killed 157 people, including 22 U. N. staff, many of them heading for the annual event. The […]Continue Reading
Botswana Cabinet Ministers Recommend Elephant Hunting, Canning meat for ‘Pet Foods’ The constantly dwindling population of elephants in Africa and around the world is in danger again after a committee of cabinet ministers in Botswana made a recommendation that will never be acceptable to wildlife conservationists and the global community. They want the southern Continue Reading