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On the Way to COP28: Arab World Stuck Between Climate Consequences and Fragile Financing

Sahar Mohammed
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Promised Rehabilitation Eludes Residents Near One of India’s Oldest Coalmines

Geetika Mishra
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Part Three: Concerns Over Delays to Implement Renewable Energy Projects

Suzanne
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Glacial Melt Is Dispossessing Nepal’s Indigenous Communities

Tulsi Rauniyar
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Leaving No One Behind: Jordan's Path for an Inclusive Green Transition

Mohammad Ghazal
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A number of sugarcane farmers wait near a sugar mill in Satara for weighing and selling / Credit: Manish Kumar/Mongabay.

In India’s Ambitious Ethanol Plan, Sugarcane Farmers Feel They’ve Got the Short End of the Stick

Manish Kumar
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Drought Forces People and Wildlife to Compete for Water in Tanzania

Francis Kajubi
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