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The Van Gujjars – a pastoralist community in the Indian state of Uttarakhand – are on the frontline of climate change, but their role in forest management is limited by the rights they are denied.
About one-third of Australian homes have solar panels, but the benefits have eluded renters and those in social housing.
Policymakers in Thailand have begun proceedings on a new Clean Air Act to address seasonal air pollution that blankets parts of the country every dry season, presenting what experts describe as severe health risks for citizens.
Nearly 1 million hectares (2.47 million acres, an area 15 times the size of Jakarta) burned in Indonesia between January and October 2023, according to environment and forest ministry data; El Niño and burning for new plantations contributed to this.
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What role can technology play in Indigenous land conservation around the world?
Respecting planetary boundaries can bring us back to a safe operating space where Earth’s life support systems are not at risk.
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