SOS Taldykol: Art and Activism in in Kazakhstan
By Colleen Wood
Activists in Nur-Sultan are working to protect a reservoir from destruction, but can they be successful?
Environmental Defenders Under Pressure Across Southeast Asia
By Jenny Denton
A recent regional forum addressed the “global crisis” of killings and abuses linked to land.
Bali’s Garbage Emergency Exposes Indonesia’s Big Rubbish Problem
By Luke Hunt
The escalation of the crisis is an embarrassment for the Southeast Asian state.
Can China Look to Carbon Capture for its Climate Pledges?
By Wenyuan Wu
A look at one way Beijing can bridge the gap.
China’s Effective Greens and Gaps in Climate Activism
By Fengshi Wu
The pragmatic approach preferred by environmental activists is put to the test by the crisis of climate change.
Mining Licenses, Snow Leopards, and a Mysterious Death
By Michelle Tolson
A Mongolian conservationist is found dead and his family wants answers.
Mixed Verdict on Chinese Environmental Public Interest Lawsuits
By Scott Wilson
A new law allows civil society groups to sue polluters, but the government remains wary of losing control.