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An Amazon pink river dolphin (Inia geoffrensis) is seen at the Amana Sustainable Development Reserve in Amazonas state, Brazil -- experts are using drones to monitor the species (AFP / MANILA BULLETIN)

Drones fly to rescue of Amazon wildlife

By Agence France-Presse A hoarse sound abruptly wakes visitors staying at a floating house that serves as a base for environmentalists on the Jaraua river…

Sustained spikes in sea-surface temperature -- typically to a depth of several metres -- can have devastating consequences, just as hot spells over land (AFP / MANILA BULLETIN)

Climate change multiplies harmful marine heatwaves

By Agence France-Presse The number of days marked by potentially destructive ocean heatwaves has doubled in 35 years, and will multiply another five-fold at current…

Don Emmanuel Santamaria and Fae Nicole Serrano from De La Salle University-Manila (Marjorie Tee Sia / MANILA BULLETIN)

DLSU students win global green energy challenge

By Noreen Jazul Two computer engineering students of De La Salle University-Manila who created a media platform that can connect and encourage people to invest…

The recently discovered orchid species "Andinia tingomariana," found by a group of Peruvian botanists in the central Amazonian forest of Peru at the Tingo Maria National Park (AFP / MANILA BULLETIN)

New species of orchid discovered in Peruvian jungle

By Agence France-Presse Botanists have discovered a new species of orchid in Peru's central Amazonian rainforest, the country's national parks service announced Tuesday. "The new…

The parched riverbed of the Rhine in Duesseldorf, western Germany, during thisa summer's heatwave (AFP / MANILA BULLETIN)

Brace for extra-warm weather through 2022: Study

By Agence France-Presse Manmade global warming and a natural surge in Earth's surface temperature will join forces to make the next five years exceptionally hot,…