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Change on the Mighty Mekong
April 01, 2015
Change on the Mighty Mekong
Hunger for affordable energy is threatening traditional livelihoods and a unique biodiversity.
Change on the Mighty Mekong
Will Indonesia Get Serious on Carbon?
January 08, 2015
Will Indonesia Get Serious on Carbon?
Indonesia has a poor record on climate change. Will this be the year that changes?
Will Indonesia Get Serious on Carbon?
The Growing Mekong Controversy
December 29, 2014
The Growing Mekong Controversy
Mekong consultants have exposed serious flaws in the Don Sahong Dam project, which continues regardless.
The Growing Mekong Controversy
Lima: Climate Change Optimism Returns to Earth
December 17, 2014
Lima: Climate Change Optimism Returns to Earth
After the positive feeling of the U.S.-China climate deal, a return to the realities of multilateral negotiations.
Lima: Climate Change Optimism Returns to Earth
Vietnam, Agent Orange, and GMOs
November 24, 2014
Vietnam, Agent Orange, and GMOs
An Agent Orange maker is being welcomed back to Vietnam to grow genetically modified organisms.
Vietnam, Agent Orange, and GMOs
Cambodia’s Environment: Good News in Areng Valley?
November 03, 2014
Cambodia’s Environment: Good News in Areng Valley?
Can Cambodia’s nascent environmental movement save the pristine Areng Valley from a Chinese dam?
Cambodia’s Environment: Good News in Areng Valley?
Laos: From Guns to Headlamps
October 10, 2014
Laos: From Guns to Headlamps
A look at efforts to rescue the wildlife of Laos from the brink of extinction.
Laos: From Guns to Headlamps
China’s Climate Change Paradox
September 30, 2014
China’s Climate Change Paradox
It is the world's largest emitter of carbon dioxide, but recent shifts in China give cause for hope.
China’s Climate Change Paradox
Catastrophe and Optimism: South Asia at the UN Climate Summit
September 30, 2014
Catastrophe and Optimism: South Asia at the UN Climate Summit
Although India’s PM Modi skipped it, South Asia still had a presence at the climate change gathering in New York.
Catastrophe and Optimism: South Asia at the UN Climate Summit
Japan: Let Them Eat Whale
September 25, 2014
Japan: Let Them Eat Whale
When it comes to whaling, perhaps it is time to give Japan what it says it wants.
Japan: Let Them Eat Whale
Cleaning Up the Ganges
September 15, 2014
Cleaning Up the Ganges
Narendra Modi will need more than just rhetoric to clean up India’s most important river.
Cleaning Up the Ganges
Food Security and Solomon Islands
September 03, 2014
Food Security and Solomon Islands
Pests and other ravages of climate change are creating a food security challenge for the Pacific island nation.
Food Security and Solomon Islands
Yarsagumba: Biological Gold
August 15, 2014
Yarsagumba: Biological Gold
A gold rush mentality has attached to a fungus known as the ‘Himalayan Viagra,’ to the detriment of local communities.
Yarsagumba: Biological Gold
The Rise of Wildlife Trafficking in the Pacific
June 28, 2014
The Rise of Wildlife Trafficking in the Pacific
Transnational criminal networks are wreaking havoc on the regional environment. Can they be stopped?
The Rise of Wildlife Trafficking in the Pacific
Will Climate Change Spark Conflict in Bangladesh?
June 27, 2014
Will Climate Change Spark Conflict in Bangladesh?
A changing climate appears likely to wreak havoc on one of the world’s poorest countries in the coming decades.
Will Climate Change Spark Conflict in Bangladesh?
Can India Reform Its Agriculture?
June 01, 2014
Can India Reform Its Agriculture?
Climate change is stressing an already struggling farm sector, but there is a way forward.
Can India Reform Its Agriculture?
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