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Why India Is Key to a Climate Change Agreement in Paris
November 22, 2015
Why India Is Key to a Climate Change Agreement in Paris
As world leaders gather in Paris for climate talks, expect India to play a major role in any agreement at COP21.
Why India Is Key to a Climate Change Agreement in Paris
Climate Crisis in Bangladesh
October 08, 2015
Climate Crisis in Bangladesh
Climate change has particularly profound implications for Bangladesh.
Climate Crisis in Bangladesh
Indigenous Communities and Biodiversity
October 01, 2015
Indigenous Communities and Biodiversity
Indigenous peoples often play a vital role in preserving biodiversity, something that is often forgotten.
Indigenous Communities and Biodiversity
Myanmar: Shan Villagers and the Salween Dam Fight
September 11, 2015
Myanmar: Shan Villagers and the Salween Dam Fight
Development is sparking rising tensions in southeastern Myanmar.
Myanmar: Shan Villagers and the Salween Dam Fight
China: The Green Leap Forward
August 13, 2015
China: The Green Leap Forward
Why the world’s biggest coal consumer is winning the race to develop clean energy.
China: The Green Leap Forward
El Niño and Southeast Asia
July 16, 2015
El Niño and Southeast Asia
The region is highly susceptible to El Niño events, and to climate change.
El Niño and Southeast Asia
Climate Change and the Pacific
June 30, 2015
Climate Change and the Pacific
It is likely that countries in the region will become uninhabitable long before they are submerged.
Climate Change and the Pacific
Saving Indonesia’s Forests
May 01, 2015
Saving Indonesia’s Forests
Despite recent signs of modest progress, the fight to save Indonesia’s natural forests is far from being won.
Saving Indonesia’s Forests
The Plan to Save the Great Barrier Reef
April 07, 2015
The Plan to Save the Great Barrier Reef
A new plan to protect the natural wonder enjoys rare bipartisan support in Australia.
The Plan to Save the Great Barrier Reef
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
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