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Globally, a movement to endow natural ecosystems with legal rights is growing. Observers say Asia’s judges might be more culturally disposed to rule in favour of nature, but they need to be equipped with knowledge on the latest trends.
With Jakarta's only landfill near bursting point, an Indonesian maggot farmer has a sustainable solution for the city's food waste.
The Middle East sees no sunset for fossil fuel use with renewable energy unable to match the profits earned from oil and gas.
As negotiators arrive in Dubai, doubts persist about the decision to hold UN climate talks in a major oil-producing nation.
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#UNEP Opini

COP28 will take stock of the step change in ambition needed, but the gulf in climate finance promises and realities presents an obstacle to a stronger action.
Both countries must address a lack of awareness among farmers, limited access to machinery and sticking to traditional practices. International funding can better equip these efforts.
As countries prepare to meet this month to work on the first global agreement to end plastic pollution, the perspectives of South Asia must be heard loud and clear.
Well-told human-interest stories are key to moving readers and prompting climate action. How to write them in China?
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#UNEP Video

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At this year's Eco Action Day Industry Roundtable 2018, participants discussed how to build more creative and resourceful industries and infrastructure for a more sustainable Singapore.
A child in Leyte Philippines, aftermath of Typhoon Haiyan

Kebijakan & Keuangan

Loss and damage, here and now

Despite strenuous efforts by many rich governments, loss and damage due to climate change is evident everywhere; UN environment and climate bodies suggest some ways to deal with it.
Let Elephants Be Elephants campaign
A new National Geographic documentary highlights how Asia is financing the killings of elephants in Africa with the region's increasing demand for ivory.
Solar conduction dryer
Three Indian students have devised a simple yet innovative technology that uses solar energy to dry food, reducing spoilage and alleviating rural poverty
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#UNEP Podcasts

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