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Can South Asian rivers be ‘regional public goods’?

05 June, 2019
Omair Ahmad, The Third Pole

A multi-sectoral and multilateral approach to South Asia's rivers could provide sustainable development, but it needs to include those already marginalised by a narrow development path.

ArticleClimate Diplomacy
Topic
Development
Water

Region
Asia
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Fostering Citizen Enforcement and Rule of Law Could Cut Down Illegal Logging

21 May, 2019
Kyla Peterson

Civil society engagement is essential for environmental protection, especially in cases where institutional frameworks are weak and governance is lacking. Often, civilians are witnessing the illegal exploitation of resources and are better informed about crimes happening near their homes. They can help dismantle illegal enterprises such as rainforest logging. A new mobile app has been developed to make it easy for people to feed information into databases and contribute to better enforcement of environmental laws.