All Cups of Coffee are Not Created Equally


Does place make a difference in your cup of coffee?

Indonesia Focusing on Forest Protection in the Lead-Up to Paris


Indonesia’s national moratorium protecting some of its forests shows the country is committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, but Dr. Anthony Horton says there’s room for more improvement.

The Death Penalty in SE Asia


Is there a trend towards abolition?

The Birds of Norfolk


After a year living in the heat and humidity of Indonesia, Matt Williams is glad to be back home on the coast of Norfolk.

My Kids Don’t Deserve a Birthday Party

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How does a good dad from Indonesia learn to deny his children birthday celebrations?

Fulfilling My Childhood Dream: Jungle Living

4, Sabangau rainforest

Photographer Matt Adam Williams takes us inside the Sabangau rainforest in the heart of Indonesian Borneo.

Could There Have Been A Third Gender In Eden?

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A concept of two genders not only limits ourselves, but may be at the root of environmental destruction.

Man-to-Man with lawyer-turned author Clifford Garstang


Cameron Conaway sits down with Clifford Garstang to discuss life, law, inspiration, and now, writing.

The Underwater Room

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“He slides his finger up the shaft to catch the trickle of red sap oozing down the damp inner skin of the bark, studies his finger, then shoves his hand into the crowd for them to see.

The 10 at 10


Politicians could become avatars, Colbert defends Planned Parenthood, and dictators are terrible authors.