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Why the Mekong matters

China’s influence on the river is reshaping the environmental and economic future of Southeast Asia.
from China Dialogue on Nov 15, 2018.

When milk turns sour

Farmers worldwide face an existential threat as milk prices slump, though dairy processing giants are making windfall gains. Jitendra takes stock in India, Kenya and Germany.
from Down to Earth on Nov 12, 2018.

When milk turns sour

Farmers worldwide face an existential threat as milk prices slump, though dairy processing giants are making windfall gains. Jitendra takes stock in India, Kenya and Germany.
from Down to Earth on Nov 12, 2018.

African governance is lagging behind youth expectations

African countries tend to put more emphasis on the minister of finance instead of the minister of planning and development. Many states are failing dismally in that regard.
from allAfrica on Nov 8, 2018.

Migrant workers turn climate refugees twice over

It's a double whammy for migrant workers fleeing Kerala floods to return to West Bengal, a region that is itself facing the brunt of climate change
from India Climate Dialogue on Nov 7, 2018.

Syrian refugee girls: married at 13

A small shop in Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan displays child-sized wedding dresses. In the camp, Syrian girls as young as 13 are married off by their parents.
from Norwegian Refugee Council on Nov 5, 2018.

Redrawing the map: how the world’s climate zones are shifting

Rising global temperatures are altering climatic zones around the planet. Here’s a stark look at some of the distinct features that are already on the move.
from Yale Environment 360 on Nov 2, 2018.

Swine fever highlights need to reform meat production

The cull of hundreds of thousands of pigs in China calls for a re-think of food systems, writes Zhou Wanqing.
from China Dialogue on Oct 30, 2018.

More than 90% of the world’s children breathe toxic air every day

Every day around 93 per cent of the world’s under-15s breathe air so polluted it puts their health and development at serious risk - and many die.
from WHO on Oct 29, 2018.

How air pollution is destroying our health

Nine out of ten people now breathe polluted air, which kills 7 million people every year.
from WHO on Oct 27, 2018.
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