Nature bites back in the Philippines
Super-storm Haiyan, which left trail of death and destruction in the Philippines has no parallel in the country's history. In fact, it has no precedent in meteorological annals. As climate change begins to take on dangerous proportions, more such extremities loom large.
Permitting wildlife science
Forest permissions haunt wildlife research
When fathers harass their sons
Among white-fronted bee-eaters, a bird species found abundantly in east and central Africa, fathers torment their sons and physically prevent them from breeding. The sons in time abandon efforts family life and return to the parental nest as helpers
Pricing the precious
A pricing mechanism and harvesting techniques will solve water crisis