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Physiological and ecological performance differs in four coral taxa at a volcanic carbon dioxide seep

Around volcanic carbon dioxide (CO2) seeps in Papua New Guinea, partial pressures of CO2 (pCO2) approximate those as predicted for the end of this century, and coral communities have low diversity and low structural complexity. To assess the mechanisms for such community shifts in response to ocean acidification, we examined the physiological performance of two […]

The sound of cricket success in Papua New Guinea

PNG missed out on the World Cup by the smallest of margins but village cricket has sparked a boom in the sport.

Oil Search’s PNG refile

Oil Search set to renew its efforts to secure Talisman’s Papua New Guinea assets.

Papua New Guinea not giving up on World Cup dream

The side narrowly missed out on qualifying for cricket's global event this year. But the interest has not diminished.

Rolling in the Deep – Papua New Guinea

Rolling in the Deep – Papua New Guinea from Dustin Adamson. presents The Rolling in the Deep series this time taking us into Papua New Guinean waters, one of the last unspoiled diving destinations left on earth. Watch in HD … Continue reading ?

T&T Salvage Aids Charity’s Efforts Against Malaria

A small feeder container vessel ran aground off the coast of Papua New Guinea. A large part of its cargo consisted of 32 containers of mosquito nets owned by international

World Catching On to Importance of Blue Economy

In this week's episode of "EARTH A New Wild," my colleague M. Sanjayan visits Papua New Guinea, the Bahamas, the Sea of Cortez and New York City to spotlight just a few of the ways people are interacting with our oceans. Humans haveShow More Summary

PNG Prime Minister speaks up on West Papua

[youtube:VzqCI-0gOwM] Papua New Guinea's Prime Minister Peter O'Neill did something remarkable last Thursday. In a wide-ranging policy speech at a leadership summit in Port Moresby, he acknowledged the oppression of the people of West Papua. Show More Summary

Digital Asia links: PNG West Papua policy, drones, China's shrinking internet and more

The Asia Pacific is the most dynamic digital landscape in the world, home to the fastest adopters of new technologies, the largest concentration of social media and mobile users, and some of the world's most innovative tech companies. Show More Summary

Women Not Witches: Meet the People Fighting Sorcery Attacks in Papua New Guinea

Women Not Witches: Meet the People Fighting Sorcery Attacks in Papua New Guinea

Policy Points: Bringing America’s Workforce into the 21st Century

What do the United States and Papua New Guinea have in common? They’re the only two countries that don’t guarantee paid time off for new mothers. The good news is that this could be changing.

'The Salt of the Earth' trailer: Through the lens of Sebastiao Salgado

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

The Brazilian photojournalist Sebastiao Salgado has spent decades transporting people to the furthest corners of the Earth through his images: from the mines of Brazil to the forests of Papua New Guinea to remote islands in the Arct...

Exxon, Chevron Set to Boost Production Just as Prices Fall

``Exxon Mobil has been working for years on a fleet of enormous new oil and gas projects in places such as Abu Dhabi, Russia, Papua New Guinea, and the Gulf of Mexico designed to turn around what has been a consistent and alarming slide in oil and gas production. Show More Summary

VICE on HBO: Watch Our HBO Report on the Worst Drought in Texas's History

(We're putting the second season of our Emmy-winning HBO show online. Watch all the episodes that have gone up so far here.) In the eighth episode of our second season of VICE on HBO, we head to Papua New Guinea, where America's Exxon Mobil has staked a claim to a $19 billion liquid natural gas project. Show More Summary

Island Hopping in Papua New Guinea's Milne Bay

Located just north of Australia, Papua New Guinea is a weird and wonderful place. Its more than seven million inhabitants are scattered across 600 islands and speak over 800 different languages, making for cultural and geographic diversity that's virtually unmatched elsewhere on the planet. Show More Summary

"This statement confirmed the findings of the United Nations International Labor Organization that..."

last monthTechnology : Message

“This statement confirmed the findings of the United Nations International Labor Organization that the United States is one of four countries — along with Lesotho, Swaziland and Papua New Guinea — that has no paid maternity leave.” - An American Outrage: Having Babies on Sick Leave | Judith Barnett "Christian countries," all of them, fwiw. (via slavin)

Enhanced Satellite Connectivity in Papua New Guinea

SpeedCast partners with O3b to deliver enhanced connectivity to Papua New Guinea   Global satellite communications service provider SpeedCast International

On Paid Family Leave, Obama Has Work to Do

last monthNews : News Desk

What do Papua New Guinea, Oman, and the United States of America have in common? They are the only three countries in the world with no paid-maternity-leave law. When you point out the deficiencies of the United States in this regard, somebody often replies, “This isn’t Scandinavia; we can’t impose cuddly capitalism”—the M.I.T. Show More Summary

LeBron James Will Co-Produce a Game Show Featuring 'Life Changing' Cash Prizes

LeBron James is preparing to hand out cash to the people of Ohio, but first, you’ll have to tell him the capital of Papua New Guinea.’s Joe Vardon reports that Spring Hill Productions, the Cleveland Cavaliers star’s production...Show More Summary

Meet the islanders stranded at sea for four months

last monthNews : World News Blog

When a group of men from Papua New Guinea jumped in a boat and began a trip to a neighbouring island, they thought no further ahead than what they'd be eating for dinner.

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