The Human Cost of Myanmar’s Coup Continues to Mount
By Sebastian Strangio
A new survey from UNDP reveals the impact of the coup on everyday life in Myanmar, and the desperate steps people are taking to survive.
Indigenous Communities in Myanmar Take Action Against Top-Down Conservation
By Anirudha Nagar
Why the Karen people are fighting against the $21 million UNDP “Ridge to Reef” project.
Embracing Change and Working Together to Save the Planet
By Haoliang Xu
From fighting climate change to adapting to the fourth industrial revolution, it will take more than government action to make progress.
Why Pakistan's Long-Awaited National Census Matters
By Umair Jamal
Pakistan has had to wait nearly 20 years for a national census.
Has India Emerged?
Barack Obama might have been a little premature when he said that India has ‘emerged’.