SIPITANG, Sabah: After a year-long preparation, the Heart of Borneo Highlands Eco Challenge 2, has finally kicked off in the highlands of Long Pa’ Sia’, participated by an enthusiastic group of adventurous people.
KUCHING: Hilton Kuching is partnering with Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) Malaysia Program to achieve their multi-year sustainable seafood goals, which were announced on 8 June 2016.
The partnership saw a series of events and exhibitions
A new study by WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society) has revealed how mining for valuable minerals in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) is a major driving factor in the illegal hunting of great apes
The first aerial assessment of the impact of South Sudan’s current civil war on the country’s wildlife and other natural resources shows that significant wildlife populations have so far survived, but poaching and commercial
Will reductions in Arctic snow cover make tundra-dwelling wolverines more vulnerable to climate change than previously thought?
That’s a question scientists hope an innovative method described in a new study co-authored by WCS (Wildlife Conservation
A new WCS study finds that leopards are abundant in tea-garden landscapes in north-eastern India, but that their mere presence does not lead to conflicts with people.
The researchers modeled habitat-use by leopards based on
KUCHING, 19 MAY 2017: The 7th edition of the International Hornbill Conference (IHC) held here in the state capital over the last three days, drew to a close yesterday.
The 7th IHC at which 36
Brooklyn residents and visitors can get close-up glimpses of the region’s most mysterious inhabitants at Underwater Wildlife New York, a photo exhibit now underway at Brooklyn Bridge Park that showcases the region’s most fascinating
Scientists in Uganda studying the behaviors of the country’s famous tree-climbing lions have found that the home ranges of lion prides in the study areas have increased over time as they search farther for
Eating insects instead of beef could help tackle climate change by reducing emissions linked to livestock production, research suggests.
Replacing half of the meat eaten worldwide with crickets and mealworms would cut farmland use by