24 September 2020, London, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
Researchers use lava flow analysis on Reunion Island to determine the ecological impact that humans had on species extinction and biodiversity loss.
A natural experiment created by an active volcano has given new insight into the long-term negative impacts of human colonisation of tropical forest islands.
If there’s one thing Jamaicans can boast about, it’s having a reliable and recognisable brand with major marketability. Brand Jamaica not only has music and beautiful vistas on its roster, but also, and maybe most importantly for those of us who ‘love wi belly’, a hard-working Ministry of Indust ...
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