Sarah Yip Takes The Helm Of Her Boat. May 5, 2020.
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Sea of Hope: Hongkongers set sail for marine conservation

Setting sail from office life, Sarah Yip and Rex Law have devoted their time to researching Hong Kong’s endangered Chinese white dolphins.

12 Sep, 2020

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Hong Kong’s animal shelters overwhelmed during Covid-19

The city’s shelters and rescue groups are struggling to care for the growing numbers of homeless cats and dogs, which have been surrendered or abandoned by their owners.

10 Sep, 2020

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Medical masks are magnifying Hong Kong’s ongoing pollution crisis

Disposable Covid-19 gear has led to widespread pollution across Hong Kong. Let's talk about mask waste, and better alternatives.

26 Aug, 2020

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Time is running out for these 5 endangered species in Asia

From the Javan rhino to the red orangutan, several species of animals in the region are rapidly disappearing.

3 Jul, 2020

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What a waste: Recycling pioneer says Macao needs to tackle its rubbish problem

Without major changes, Macao is a long way away from a waste-free future, says environmental activist Benvinda dos Santos.

18 Jun, 2020

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What’s happening to our planet in 9 key numbers

From rising temperatures to expedited rates of extinction, our planet is facing unprecedented challenges due to climate change.

8 Jun, 2020


An ultra-marathon runner’s race against depression

In 2018, Vivi Cheung became the first woman from Macao to complete the Ultra Trail de Mont Blanc.

27 May, 2020

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From Asia to Africa: Will pangolins go extinct in our lifetime?

We talk to conservationists to understand the plight of pangolins, the most trafficked mammals in the world.

18 May, 2020

A lovely Koala on a tree. Credit: David Clode on Unsplash
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5 meaningful projects to support virtually this summer

If you have an extra hour while physical-distancing or simply want to take your mind off the new coronavirus, check out these few documentaries, initiatives and books.

13 May, 2020

Captive dolphins. Credit: Chris Blonk on Unsplash
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What you should know about dolphins and whales in captivity

We speak with animal conservationists about the plight of aquatic mammals in captivity.

8 May, 2020

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