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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Carbon governance in Asia: bridging scales and disciplines
Understanding Asia's economic and development diversity is crucial to ensuring the world addresses climate change.
Is Cancún climate deal a pig’s ear?
In a guest editorial, a young journalist argues that a positive image has been given to an outcome that is not as valuable as it has been made out to be.
Deal is reached at Cancún summit
With the exception of Bolivia, the world's nation-states agree to modest goals to tackle climate change at COP16.
Getting graphical about climate change
Is a new clearly illustrated UNEP report on Latin American and the Caribbean the kind to help laypeople better absorb the mounting piles of science data?
What does Cancún offer the climate generation?
No matter the outcome of COP16, there is hope in cultivating young green entrepreneurs who are working to address climate and sustainability issues.
Debate 2.0: Do we still care about climate change?
Have your say on whether the world's urgency to deal with climate change has lessened.
Solutions for those at risk in climate disasters
Insurance and risk reduction measures could reduce long-term adaptation costs and help those vulnerable to manage some of the impacts of climate change.
Climate finance plan could break Cancún talks inertia
Nicholas Stern and Trevor Manuel argue that rich countries can and should raise money to assist developing nations to deal with climate change.
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