CONSERVATION

CONSERVATION

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  1. Beach goers at Changi Beach picking marine life

    Commentary: Excitement over marine creatures is great, but are we loving Singapore’s shores to death?

    High visitorship to intertidal zones suggests growing interest in Singapore’s marine creatures, but without deeper understanding of their ecology, ...
  2. Pearl Bank apartments

    IN FOCUS: Is there an environmental cost from Singapore’s love affair with en bloc sales?

    While en bloc sales have their merits, the process of knocking down a building only to construct another comes with an environmental cost. CNA ...
  3. Composite pictures of a sighted tapir in February and a sighted elephant in January.

    Commentary: Malaysians in lockdown coo over pictures of returning wildlife – but there’s more than meets the eye

    With new lockdowns and closure of international borders, wildlife has been an increasingly common sight in Malaysia’s urban areas, says Siew Lyn Wong.
  4. Ep 8
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    23:25minutes

    Ep 8: Living Without Reservations

    At Karmakamet Conveyance in Thailand, let go of any dining notions, self-taught tailors Gerald and Diana lovingly hand stitch ties, and visit a ...
  5. COVID-19 Masked People East Coast Park 3

    Commentary: The awkward adventures of a Singaporean urbanite in a city in nature

    Singaporeans really love nature, but the majority of us probably love the idea of nature more than its reality, says CNA’s Erin Low.
  6. Israel Oil Spill

    In Israel, mayo provides miracle for endangered turtles

    In Israel, mayo provides miracle for endangered turtles
  7. Experts welcome plans to enhance environmental impact assessment processes | Video
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    02:13minutes

    Experts welcome plans to enhance environmental impact assessment processes | Video

    Experts said studies to measure environmental impact should be done before development begins to find out the area's ecological value and ...