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Indian prime minister Narendra Modi had a lukewarm response to former Pakistani leader Nawaz Sharif’s optimistic message, but climate impacts will not wait for politicians.
Bangladesh and India need to talk about sharing water on two major rivers, the Teesta and Ganges. But experts on both sides say much depends on political consensus and the right atmosphere for negotiations.
A new investigation based on satellite monitoring and fisheries data reveals that overfishing, giant clam harvesting and island-building have devasted significant portions of the region’s shallow coral reefs.
Erum Sattar from Pakistan and Uttam Kumar Sinha from India discuss the Shahpurkandi dam's implications, stressing the importance of collaboration under the Indus Waters Treaty.
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Long a source of tension with its neighbours, China’s transboundary rivers are opening opportunities for regional cooperation.
Building tensions between Singapore and Malaysia over its water agreement are setting the two on a collision course over scarcity and sustainability.
China’s active involvement in climate diplomacy can increase overseas understanding of its climate policies and bring impetus to global climate governance.
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Although the biodiversity crisis is intimately linked to the climate one, the financing to address it is woefully inadequate. With a new global biodiversity plan now in the works, the world has an opportunity – and a duty – to start making up for lost time.
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