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Explainer-What the world's nature-rich nations want out of a global conservation deal

Yahoo Daily News 17 Dec 2022
By Gloria Dickie ... summit in Montreal this week ... Environment Programme ... BRAZIL ... 10 ... Habitat destruction from palm oil plantations, logging and mining, along with hunting, halved the orangutan population on the island of Borneo — shared between Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei — from 1999 to 2015, according to a 2018 study in the journal Current Biology.
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Explainer: What the world's nature-rich nations want out of a global conservation deal

Reuters 17 Dec 2022
And protecting these ecosystems, experts say, could help save the planet ... talks ... Habitat destruction from palm oil plantations, logging and mining, along with hunting, halved the orangutan population on the island of Borneo — shared between Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei — from 1999 to 2015, according to a 2018 study in the journal Current Biology.
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Explainer-What the world’s nature-rich nations want out of a global conservation deal

FX Empire 17 Dec 2022
By Gloria Dickie ... summit in Montreal this week ... Environment Programme ... Brazil ... 10 ... Habitat destruction from palm oil plantations, logging and mining, along with hunting, halved the orangutan population on the island of Borneo — shared between Indonesia, Malaysia, and Brunei — from 1999 to 2015, according to a 2018 study in the journal Current Biology.
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Centre for Journalism Studies can be region's reference point - MJTS President

Malaysian National News Agency 31 May 2022
... also proposed that the research centre not only target journalists in Malaysia but Malay journalism as well, especially in the Malay archipelago such as Indonesia, Brunei and the Philippines that are interconnected.
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First leaf fossil study of Borneo's rainforest reveals current ecosystem is ancient

Phys Dot Org 28 Apr 2022
The first study of leaf fossils conducted in the nation of Brunei on the island of Borneo has revealed that the current dominant tree group, the dipterocarps, has dominated the rainforests for at least 4 million years, according to an international research team led by Penn State�in partnership with Universiti Brunei Darussalam.
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Entomologists discover a rare species of tropical Heteroptera with long antennae

Phys Dot Org 22 Sep 2020
About 1% of the island's territory is occupied by the state of Brunei Darussalam where Ulu Temburong National Park is located ... Here Claas Damken, a research participant from Jalan Universiti, Brunei Darussalam, Brunei, collected the Heteroptera, which were later sent to Anna Namyatova, the second author, for identification.
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Brunei's fertility rate falling, life expectancy up: study

China.dot.org 28 Jul 2020
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN, July 28 (Xinhua) -- Brunei's total fertility rate will drop to 1.84 in 2050 and 1.67 in 2100 compared to 1.88 in 2017, a ...
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Cute new snail named after Greta Thunberg

Treehugger 20 Feb 2020
The group was on a research field trip at Kuala Belalong Field Studies Centre in Brunei with ... Biodiversity Data Journal/CC BY 4.0 ... Caenogastropoda), discovered and described on a field course to Kuala Belalong rainforest, Brunei," was published in Biodiversity Data Journal.
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Cambodia Denies 'Secret' Naval Base Agreement With China

Voa News 22 Jul 2019
On Sunday, The Wall Street Journal reported a bilateral agreement, signed earlier this year, would give China exclusive rights to parts of the Ream naval base, located near a large airport being built by China on the Gulf of Thailand in neighboring Koh Kong province ... The Journal report cited unnamed U.S.
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Mongolia awaits star players in 2022 World Cup qualifying

Finger Lakes Times 18 Jul 2019
Mongolia, ranked 187th in the world, edged past Brunei in the first round in June to earn a place in Group F in the second round and eight much-needed competitive games ... JASON WILDE For the State Journal ... JASON WILDE For the State Journal. Had Mongolia lost to Brunei in June then ...
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If the Senate won’t convict Trump, “Why is that bad for the Democrats?” asks The ...

Vox 14 Jun 2019
I did political journalism there ... So what prompted you to want to do journalism in the first place? So I went to university in the late ’90s ... The Intercept set itself up, it was mainly known as national security journalism, whistleblowers, leaks ... My journalism is on the record, right? I wrote a piece recently about Brunei ... No, I do tough journalism.
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Ants that ‘explode’ to fight foes discovered on Borneo

The News International 21 Apr 2018
The creatures, which have the scientific name Colobopsis explodens, were found by a team of researchers in the tiny state of Brunei, which inhabits a sliver of land in the north of the biodiverse island.
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Ants that 'explode' to fight foes discovered on Borneo

The Jakarta Post 21 Apr 2018
The creatures, which have the scientific name Colobopsis explodens, were found by a team of researchers in the tiny state of Brunei, which inhabits a sliver of land in the north of the biodiverse island ... or holds off enemies, according to the study published in journal ZooKeys.
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New ant species goes on a full suicide mission, 'explodes' guts all over attackers

The Island Packet 20 Apr 2018
According to researchers from Austria, Thailand and Brunei, who recently discovered 15 new species of a group they are calling Colobopsis cylindrica, or "the exploding ants," minor workers in the species can actively rupture their own body walls ... If you read and enjoy our journalism, please consider subscribing today.

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