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India 2011 - The Poverty Line
An average human adult makes an average of 35,000 decisions a day. For those at the bottom of the pyramid, these decisions are a matter of life and death. Eco-Business speaks to Lin Huiyi, the economist-artist behind the award-winning The Poverty Line project, about what survival means to people living on the bare minimum.
Power sector emissions 2021
A new report assessing the global pipeline of new coal projects finds that there has been a 76 per cent reduction in proposed coal power since 2015, bringing the end of new coal construction into sight. The pressure is now on Asia to end coal for good.
China Daily Speakers
Co-organized by China Daily, University of International Business and Economics, Shanghai International Studies University and Asia News Network, researchers and journalists discussed the way forward on climate action for the Asian region.
Renewables and geopolitics
The renewables revolution could lead to political upheaval, social fractures and economic crises if states fail to take bold decisions and cooperate with each other.
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Mongolia Opinion

gaps in global deal for nature
Stopping biodiversity loss will take decades of sustained work. That’s why the time is now for donors to increase unrestricted funding to conservation organisations.
Rooftop solar, Bhutan
Renewables could spur the post-pandemic recovery in Asia. But as this year’s climate change conference approaches, the region's energy planners have a lot of catching up to do.
Worker
Four in five of the world’s workforce is on lockdown due to Covid-19, with no end in sight. The post-pandemic world order needs one familiar function to tie social sustainability together – human resources.
A man sells eggs in a tricycle in Bacolod City, the Philippines
Will traditional models of social security be enough in a region where the future of labour is being disrupted by digitalisation, socio-demographic changes, and globalisation?
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Mongolia Videos

shear innovation
Mongolia's punishing winters see temperatures falling to 30 degrees below zero, making home insulation a must-have. Here's how an EU-funded initiative is providing an alternative to imported and unsustainable materials that Mongolians use today.
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