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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Eco-villages instead of eviction: a new approach in Indonesia
Eco-villages may be an alternative to evicting communities who have long lived within Indonesia's parks.
Researching resilience: Young scholars look to communities as classrooms
Students of the ProsPER.Net Young Researchers’ School studied first-hand how communities are boosting resilience.
Green economy transition in Indonesia
While Indonesia’s GHG emissions now come largely from peat fire and deforestation, there exists a potential pathway towards a green economy.
Indonesian drought, Kenyan flooding
When a drought hits Indonesia, there could be flooding later in Kenya, due to a phenomenon called the Indian Ocean Dipole.
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