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CHANGE's Activities
Wildlife

A notorious wildlife smuggler is finally behind bars

Liberian national Moazu Kromah, known as “Kampala Man”, led a wildlife trafficking syndicate before his arrest in the Ugandan capital in February 2017. Five years later, and 11 000km away from Kampala, Kromah entered into a plea bargain with the Southern District of New York, which is known for tackling high-profile organized crime and corruption cases. Earlier...
22/06/2022
Wildlife

Hluhluwe Imfolozi rhino poacher handed 28-year prison sentence

A 45-year-old man was on Monday sentenced to an effective 28 years in prison after being convicted of conspiracy to hunt rhino, two counts of hunting and killing a protected species and one count of hunting without a permit. The Empangeni regional court in KwaZulu-Natal sentenced  Michael Kleinbaas Masuku for...
20/06/2022
Wildlife

TWO ALLEGED RHINO POACHERS APPREHENDED

Two alleged rhino poachers in connection with the 11 rhinos poached in Etosha National park have been apprehended, an official said this week. The ongoing police operation at Etosha National Park led to the arrest of two rhino poachers on Wednesday evening, the Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism, spokesperson...
17/06/2022
Climate

United Nations: Before long, humans will have to face with disasters everyday. The findings show that the world is set to face 1.5 disasters a day – 560 a year – by 2030, as humans put themselves on a “spiral of self-destruction” by heating up the climate and ignoring risk,...
16/05/2022
Climate

Five charts that show why our food is not ready for the climate crisis

Crops are already seeing losses from heat and drought. Can genetic diversity – a return to foods’ origins – help combat the climate challenges ahead? The industrialization of agriculture in the last century boosted production around the world – but that success also made our food systems much more vulnerable...
22/04/2022
Climate

Extremes of 40C above normal: what’s causing ‘extraordinary’ heating in polar regions?

Antarctic and Arctic temperatures have shocked researchers. How unusual are they? What are the consequences? Scientists have been shocked by high temperatures in both Antarctica and the Arctic in recent days, with one Antarctic station recording a temperature more than 40C above seasonal norms. Photograph: Natalie Thomas/Reuters. Unusually high temperatures...
21/03/2022
Pollution

We Created A Monster: 5 Alarming Facts About Plastic Pollution In Vietnam

An article by Hiezle Bual published on Vietcetera Did you know that an average Vietnamese person produces 37 kilograms of plastic waste per year? If you can’t visualize that, go see the Plastic Beast. Just last week, our social media platforms were flooded with photos and reels of trees and plants, oceans...
03/05/2022
Pollution

Microplastics found in human blood for first time

Exclusive: The discovery shows the particles can travel around the body and may lodge in organs Microplastics cause damage to human cells in the laboratory. Photograph: David Kelly/Photograph David Kelly Microplastic pollution has been detected in human blood for the first time, with scientists finding the tiny particles in almost...
23/03/2022
Pollution

Could a behavioural change campaign save energy and cut Russian gas imports?

A call for collective action could help UK pivot away from dependence on Russian fossil fuels There is a second world war poster showing a red-faced couple looking angrily at their daughter as she adds more fuel to their fire. The caption reads: “Save fuel to make munitions for battle.” It was...
23/03/2022
CHANGE's Activities

A story from The Dreamland Hue

At CHANGE, we do not hesitate to be different, but always open our arms to accept the diversity of everyone. Thanks to that, the atmosphere at CHANGE is always bustling and joyful, filled with “cultural exchanges” between regions, from which creative ideas are always explored. This story was brought by...
13/03/2022
CHANGE's Activities

“CoVy” of CHANGE: the one who brings warmth to the office

As a member of the “Homie” team, as the name suggests, if anyone feels lonely, cold, or lost in CHANGE, you can find CoVy (this Vy won’t make you undergo quarantine, don’t worry) . Vy is currently in charge of human resources, and is always responsible for “taking care” of...
13/03/2022
CHANGE's Activities

Tam Anh’s story: a girl who loves making friends with succulents and wild nature

With love of the environment as the first stepping stone, as she comes to CHANGE, witnessing urgent environmental issues, photos and videos about wildlife poaching, getting in touch with more in-depth knowledge of the current ecosystem, Tam Anh – a girl who already harbors a great love for nature, becomes...
13/03/2022