By Faye Aborina Siota | 26 May 2017 In the Solomon Islands, discussions and decisions on managing local fisheries mostly involve men, who are typically the elders and hold the leadership positions … Continue Reading Empowering youth to protect fisheries in the Solomon Islands
By John PickrellAug. 11, 2017 , 5:10 PM SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA—The Simpson Desert of central Australia is as starkly beautiful as it is ecologically entrancing. Ranks of rusty red sand dunes run … Continue Reading Australia to ax support for long-term ecology sites
Written by: John Keenan. Posted on Wednesday, March 16, 2016 The United Arab Emirates recently appointed its first ‘minister for happiness’, underlining Dubai’s ambitious plan to become the happiest city on … Continue Reading Dubai wants to be ‘world’s happiest city’
There are reports that a Liberian national who flew from Liberia to the US has ebola virus disease (EVD). He arrived in the US about 2-3 weeks ago and confirmed … Continue Reading Prosecute an ebola victim and stand ready to be prosecuted
Do you love traveling? This post is meant for you! Traveling is fun, but it could also be very stressful if not well plan in advance. In this post, I … Continue Reading Do you like traveling? 19 tips that could help on your next travel.
These are photos of some of the areas I visited with my boss and his family during the first week of arrival. More to follow when I have time to … Continue Reading A Brief Tour of Vientiane
Terima Kasih for visiting this blog! In this blog, I will do my best to provide some information about my travels, living experiences, and encounters in Southeast Asia and more … Continue Reading Family Vacation in Bali, Indonesia