Renewable Resource Shocks and Conflict in India’s Maoist Belt. CGD Working Papre 302. Washington, DC: Center for Global Development.
16 November 2011 - Looming shortages of metals that are in high demand and dominated by a single supplier – China – threaten Europe’s goals for cleaner transport and sustainable energy, says a new study prepared for the European Commission.
“Golden Week” was anything but golden for Beijingers as the city was once again blanketed by heavy haze. The air quality index climbed above 400 during the October national holiday period, a level more than 10 times higher than the country’s ambient air quality standard.
07 Nov 2011, BANGKOK – When flood waters threatened to engulf *Tun Win's home close to the Thai capital Bangkok, he decided it was time to escape and avoid the worst flooding the country has seen in half a century.
4 July 2011 - In Cambodia's rural northeastern province, the Sesan River is the primary source of food and income for fishing and farming communities. But hydropower dams are encroaching and village women say their daily life is hit the hardest.
04 February 2011 - Major rare earth-consuming countries should join forces to diversify their supply sources and develop substitutes for such materials, Keiichi Kawakami of the Japanese Ministry for Industry said yesterday (3 February).
Women at the frontline of climate change - Gender risks and hopes. A rapid response assessment. Arendal, Norway: United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), GRID.
Engendering the Climate for Change. Policies and Practices for Gender-Just Adaptation. New Delhi: Alternative Futures and Heinrich Böll Foundation.
Water and energy dynamics in the Greater Himalayan region: opportunities for environmental peacebuilding. Oslo: Norwegian Peacebuilding Resource Centre.