At the beginning of this century, gibbons could have travelled from China to Singapore by swinging from tree to tree. The past 50 years, however, have seen the forests of Southeast Asia largely disappear.
Books-Publication DateFriday, January 1, 1999
From September to November of 1997, raging fires in Indonesia pumped enough smoke into the air to blanket the entire region in haze, reaching as far north as southern Thailand and the Philippines, with Malaysia and Singapore being particularly affPublication DateFriday, January 1, 1999
Taking Care of What We Have: Participatory Natural Resource Management on the Caribbean Coast of Nicaragua
Together, rapid population growth, increased commercialization and exploitation of aquatic resources, deforestation and pollution, and encroachments on communally owned resources by national and transnational private interests are placing the worlPublication DateSaturday, January 1, 2000