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How Chinese foam makers are undermining the Montreal Protocol

Chinese foam manufacturers are using banned chlorofluorocarbons that are considered more potent than carbon dioxide in causing global warming
from Down to Earth on Sep 18, 2018.

How Chinese foam makers are undermining the Montreal Protocol

Chinese foam manufacturers are using banned chlorofluorocarbons that are considered more potent than carbon dioxide in causing global warming
from Down to Earth on Sep 17, 2018.

Is China detaining a million Uyghur Muslims?

China’s economic influence may be buying silence on a massive human rights violation, reports Nithin Coca.
from New Internationalist on Sep 16, 2018.

UK urged to end involvement in Papua's resource curse crisis

Britain's complicity in the Papuan-Indonesian conflict must come to an end, Giacomo Grison reports
from New Internationalist on Sep 11, 2018.

Outcry in Malaysia forces Chinese builder to live up to eco-friendly tag

To some, Forest City is a dazzling vision for the future. To others, it looks more like an ecological nightmare.
from Mongabay on Sep 6, 2018.

Can peacebuilders end the war with Boko Haram?

Hazel Healy travels to Nigeria and discovers that guns will only take you so far in the fight against the Islamist militant group.
from New Internationalist on Sep 3, 2018.

Photo feature: changing the face of water use in the Himalayas

As towns in the Himalayas get increasingly crowded and affected by climate change, water supply is becoming a huge issue.
from India Climate Dialogue on Aug 30, 2018.

How to plant a trillion trees

As projects to restore woodlands accelerate, researchers are looking for ways to avoid repeating past failures.
from Nature on Aug 29, 2018.

How can we restore Earth’s nutrient cycles?

Humanity has breached four of the nine ecological boundaries outlined in 2009 by Johan Rockström: climate change, loss of biodiversity, land-system change, and nutrient cycles.
from Greenpeace International on Aug 29, 2018.

The 'quake-proof huts of Kutch

Bhungas, circular mud huts, are both resilient in the face of earthquakes and central to the identity of people in the Kutch desert areas of the Indian state of Gujarat.
from The Diplomat on Aug 26, 2018.
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