Monthly Archives: April 2020

Arctic Governance Became Testing Ground For Sino-US Relation

The Arctic is getting a significant testing ground for US-China connections. As the world strives to work out approaches to address how climate change is changing the area, the Arctic has the capacity to deliver a good illustration of the way both international powers can cultivate calm co-existence. Both countries are interested in the Arctic

Here’s How To Use Camera In The Sky To Track Invasive Plant Species

Pretty pink, white and orange flowers of this tree Lantana camara or crazy sage, are typical in decorative gardens across many areas of the planet. The aggressive development of Lantana camara in habitats beyond its native land (initially the American tropics) has resulted in its spread across 20 million hectares. From the Biligiri Ranganathaswamy Hills

To Bring North And South Korea Closer We Can Tackling Climate Change And Help Stabilise The Region

The Paris Agreement, signed in 2015 needs every state to create pledges to handle climate change. North Korea is no exclusion. Given that air pollution does not recognise boundaries, there are already many emissions-reduction projects underway which will require collaboration between Asian countries. To fulfill its duties, South Korea has vowed to purchase emissions credits