Entries in borneo (5)

Friday
Mar012013

The devastating effects of the palm oil interview - Green the film by Patrick Rouxel

Green is the emotional journey of an Indonesian Orangutan, Green, and her last days after suffering as a victim of deforestation and resource exploitation.

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Friday
Feb082013

SCIENCE CLUB ROUNDUP

This week we have had articles on mini animals, the fact that cats are now considered as predators in America, the outrage that was caused by the poinsoning of elephants in Borneo, cockroach cleaning habits, exploding fish and dolphins demonstrating levels of compassion.

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Monday
Mar192012

Photo of the Week

Monday mornings are all about beautiful photography on Into the Wild. We've built up quite a collection of lovely images so far in our Photo of the Week feature. Today's image was taken on a beach in Borneo, Malaysia by Alexander who said of the image 'No filters, no photoshop, just pure luck.'

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Friday
Feb032012

Equator: Asia

This week Into the Wild has been on a round the world trip to the lands touched by the equatorial line. So far we’ve been through South America and Africa. Today the line of zero degrees latitude is leading us into Asia where it passes over just a small selection of Indonesian Islands – despite their small size, these lands are still jam packed with equatorial wonders.

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Tuesday
Jan102012

OPINIONS: 2011 – THE YEAR WE STOOD UP FOR MOTHER EARTH

2011 was a historic year when it comes to the environment. Natural disasters ruled the headlines causing havoc and resulting in the disruption of homes and economies across the globe. However, as Gemma Percy describes in this interesting article, it was not all doom and gloom in 2011 - the year we stood up for Mother Earth.

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