As many as a million fish are believed to have died along the banks of a major river system in drought-battered eastern Australia, and the authorities warned Monday of more deaths to come.
Million dead fish cause environmental stink in Australia
In the dead of night, the entire front half of shopkeeper Ta Thi Kim Anh’s house collapsed. Perched on the sandy banks of the Mekong River, it took just a few minutes for one half of everything she owned to plunge into its murky depths.
From Tibet to the 'Nine Dragons', Vietnam's Mekong Delta is losing sand
UK government plans to tackle toxic air pollution have been described by green campaigners as a ‘missed opportunity’ to tackle the problem of traffic emissions.
Government’s ‘world leading’ air pollution strategy is ‘missed opportunity’, say campaigners
Australia’s federal government ordered local governments to hold naturalization ceremonies for new citizens on Australia Day amid controversy over the holiday, which some claim is offensive to its indigenous people.
Australia orders local governments to induct citizens on
Wildlife in the Kruger National Park is under threat from a pervasive peril: Light.
Lights from rest camps threatening wildlife in South African National Park
Seoul and surrounding areas was blanketed in unhealthy levels of fine dust particles through Sunday, a local research station said as the air quality severely worsened.
Fine dust chokes much of Korea
After the discovery of medical wastes floating on the seas off Lapu-lapu City in Philippines, an environmentalist group is encouraging government officials to create concrete programs to clean the rivers and other waterways.
Go beyond conferences in cleaning waterways, environment officials told
Singapore is making a clarion call to citizens and businesses to reduce domestic and industrial waste towards zero as the country’s recycling rate has stalled and its sole landfill may run out of space by 2035.
Singapore kickstarts zero-waste plan as recycling rate stalls

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