“In the US, there are too many paper researchers. Here, they are doing things.”
S. Ming Sung, the chief Asia-Pacific representative for the Clean Air Task Force, tells the Washington Post why China is where it’s at.
“The most recent field survey conducted in 2006 suggested that there were around 1,000 individuals in the Yangtze River. This is much smaller than previous estimates, suggesting a significant population decline in the past two decades.”
Guang Yang, of Nanjing Normal University in China, says the finless porpoise (Neophocaena phocaenoides) is in real trouble (BBC).
“A game featuring realistic NASA exploration scenarios.”