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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
Values and the sharing economy
Given the urgency of the crises we face, social and environmental concerns must remain key in the public discourse about the sharing economy.
Global fight for natural resources ‘has only just begun’
Academics and business figures give a grim warning at the Resource 2012 conference.
Revealing the world’s hottest biodiversity hotspot
Entomologist Dmitry Telnov hopes to shed light on one of the world's last unexplored biogeographical regions: Wallacea and New Guinea.
Beyond the ‘resource curse’
Expert Raphael Kaplinsky discusses why industrialized and low- and middle-income countries need to look past their current idea of resources.
Displaced indigenous Malaysians face uncertain future
Many of the Orang Asli peoples living in Malaysia's forests are relocated to make way for development and must continually battle for land rights.
Debate 2.0: Paying Ecuador to leave oil underground?
Ecuador will forgo drilling to protect rainforest peoples and species. Should rich nations compensate for this sacrifice?
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