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The Chinese Threat to Lower Brahmaputra Riparians India and Bangladesh 
February 19, 2022

The Chinese Threat to Lower Brahmaputra Riparians India and Bangladesh 

By Jaideep Saikia
The plan to divert the waters of Brahmaputra would affect over 140 million people who are dependent on the river.

Assessing the Aftermath of Tonga’s Volcanic Eruption and Tsunami
February 19, 2022

Assessing the Aftermath of Tonga’s Volcanic Eruption and Tsunami

By Joshua Mcdonald
“It is clear that Tongans will be dealing with the aftermath of this event for a long time,” said the World Bank’s country director for Papua New Guinea and the Pacific Islands.
Seeking Higher Ground: Climate Resilience in the Maldives
February 16, 2022

Seeking Higher Ground: Climate Resilience in the Maldives

By Nicholas Muller
Maldivians cannot wait much longer for durable solutions to the threats posed by climate change.

Afghanistan-Iran Disquiet Over the Helmand River
February 15, 2022

Afghanistan-Iran Disquiet Over the Helmand River

By Sudha Ramachandran
Afghanistan's damming of the Helmand River has drawn ire in neighboring Iran, the lower riparian country.

China’s Focus on Food Security
February 12, 2022

China’s Focus on Food Security

By Genevieve Donnellon-May
What Xi Jinping’s latest comments on food security suggest about China’s priorities for 2022.

A Perfect Dry: The Mekong River Enters its Fourth Year of Drought
February 11, 2022

A Perfect Dry: The Mekong River Enters its Fourth Year of Drought

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with Brian Eyler of the Stimson Center.

What Turned This Arunachal Pradesh River Brown?
February 04, 2022

What Turned This Arunachal Pradesh River Brown?

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
Scientists warn that the turbidity of the Kameng river could become irreversible, with lasting impact on Himalayan biodiversity.
Rampant Logging Threatens Cambodia’s Indigenous Communities: Rights Group
January 31, 2022

Rampant Logging Threatens Cambodia’s Indigenous Communities: Rights Group

By Sebastian Strangio
Since the 1990s, logging revenues have been an integral part of Cambodia's extractive political economy.

Scientists Identify 224 New Species in Mekong Region: WWF
January 28, 2022

Scientists Identify 224 New Species in Mekong Region: WWF

By Sebastian Strangio
But the conservation group warned that many more will go extinct before they are even discovered, due to rapid habitat loss.

Kashmir’s Hills Hold the Secret of the World’s Biggest Extinction Event
January 24, 2022

Kashmir’s Hills Hold the Secret of the World’s Biggest Extinction Event

By Mir Seeneen
Geologists from all over the world have been visiting the Guryul Ravine for research, but commercial activity has jeopardized the fossil site's preservation.

Disaster Risk Reduction: A Sustainable Path for Inter-Korea Cooperation
January 20, 2022

Disaster Risk Reduction: A Sustainable Path for Inter-Korea Cooperation

By Sang-soo Lee and Elin Bergner
Even in its current state of pandemic-induced isolation, North Korea continues to engage the international community on climate adaption and disaster risk reduction.
Official: Japan Hopes to Lead Asian Zero-emissions Push
January 19, 2022

Official: Japan Hopes to Lead Asian Zero-emissions Push

By Mari Yamaguchi
Environmental groups and critics are urging Japan to focus more on promoting renewable energy.

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