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While its towns bear the consequences of extreme weather, experts and politicians push for a long-awaited climate bill to be signed into law.
Indigenous Youths Laetania and Yurshell
This World Indigenous Peoples Day, Eco-Business asks Indigenous youths from Asia and Latin America what the world can learn from their cultures about fighting climate change.
China's highest court recently released a guidance document on climate change-related cases, which observers say is a strong indication that the state is backing climate litigation as an effective channel to address environment challenges.
Typhoon Ondoy 2009
Developing Asia is increasingly taking legal action over climate-related harm, a UN study finds. The report also predicts that fossil fuels and mining firms will fight back against attempts to block extraction in court.
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With the climate crisis escalating fast, calls for more authoritarian decision-making structures – widely viewed as more efficient – are increasing. But the notion that any version of an authoritarian system would be free of “special interests,” and run by neutral, rational technocrats, is implausible.
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In Asean, there is no general regional agreement securing environmental rights and obligations but the Asean Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution is an example of a sectoral achievement.
Indonesia Archipelago
Indonesia risks losing its exclusive rights to all of the resources in and under the waters between its …
Borneo Rainforest Lodge area in Sabah, Malaysia.
The recognition of natural entities as living persons has generated awareness but its contribution to their legal protection remains uncertain.
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