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A coral nursery
The world has lost half of its coral reefs in 30 years. Malaysian oceanographer Anuar Abdullah has developed a simple, yet effective way to restore coral. He tells Eco-Business that no reef is the same, and successful reef rehabilitation depends on cooperation with local communities.
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New adaptation measures bring hope to people on the chars of the Brahmaputra, whose homes are often lost to floods and erosion.


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Recommendations to price agricultural emissions in New Zealand have now been submitted to the government. However, numerous uncertainties surround the scheme, which will need to be addressed if it’s to work properly.

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More men than women have bank accounts in the Philippines. But a growing trend of females running small businesses in Surigao del Sur in Mindanao show that this gap could narrow.
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Six months after the sinking of the Singapore-flagged X-Press Pearl off the coast of Colombo, local communities are trying to recover from one of the worst maritime disasters in history.
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Trying to lead a more sustainable lifestyle is often fraught with controversy, contradiction and hypocrisy, and tackling big problems like climate change and social inequality can seem futile. But there are some things you can do to make a difference in the Year of the Tiger. Here are 22 of them...
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