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Aerial view of a Shiwiar Indigenous community in the Pastaza region of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Indigenous people are thought to protect 80% of the world’s remaining biodiversity, despite comprising just 6% of the global population. (Image: Mark Fox / Alamy)

Top Environmental Fund Calls for More Direct Funding to Communities

Fermin Koop
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Global Environment Facility Opens Its Seventh Assembly in Vancouver, Canada

Hadeer Elhadary
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A village destroyed by the floods

2 Years since Manang Floods: Locals in Nepal’s Rain Shadow Fear Being Long-Term Climate Refugees

Bashudev Neupane
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Promised Rehabilitation Eludes Residents Near One of India’s Oldest Coalmines

Geetika Mishra
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India can Achieve Net Zero Through Solar-Powered Cooking, Not LPG

Rajeev Tyagi
Pallav Jain
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Nature-Based Learning Programs Improve Environment and Climate Literacy in Chennai, India

Aparna Ganesan
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Part Two: Extreme Heatwave Predicted for South Africa

Suzanne
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Part Three: Concerns Over Delays to Implement Renewable Energy Projects

Suzanne
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A bespectacled man sits behind a table, on a black chair, and the walls around him are lined with racks full of boxes of different sizes.

India’s Transition to EVs Threatens Millions of Auto Sector Jobs, at a Time of Rising Nationwide Unemployment

Kavitha Yarlagadda
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A group of women and children are seated in front of a poster on which a list is presented in Odiya language, while men stand at the back.

When the Indian State of Odisha Phases Out Coal, Women Hope for a Just Energy Transition

Jennifer Kishan
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The Town of Margherita in Northeast India Seeks a Just Transition From Coal

PURNIMA SAH
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A woman, with one arm raised, stands beside a basket filled with coal in a tract of land littered with stones and debris.

Workers Pushed to the Brink as Collieries Shut Down in Margherita, India

PURNIMA SAH
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Batik Makers Face Worsening Tidal Floods in Pekalongan, Indonesia

Richaldo Hariandja
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In India's Maharashtra, Floods and COVID-19 Take a Heavy Toll on Health Workers

Sanket Jain
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Can India’s Solar Irrigation Scheme Succeed Without Benefitting Small and Marginal Farmers?

Aishwarya Tripathi
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Part One: No Clarity on Deaths of Upington Farmworkers Who Died During the January Heatwave

Suzanne
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Regenerative Agriculture: A Future For Many Farmers In Africa

Bongani Siziba
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A man sits on a wooden bed, in the shade of a solar panel, while marigolds grow underneath.

Could Solar Pumps in India’s Bundelkhand Region Be Connected to the Power Grid?

Aishwarya Tripathi
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The Solar Buzz in Bundelkhand, India Is Helping Irrigate Fields and Prevent Migration

Aishwarya Tripathi
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In Kolhapur, India, Athletes Get That Sinking Feeling

Sanket Jain
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India Pushes Hydroelectric Projects Despite Environmental and Climate Concerns

Snigdhendu Bhattacharya
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The Kali Gandaki river in northern Nepal

Glacial Melt Is Dispossessing Nepal’s Indigenous Communities

Tulsi Rauniyar
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What Happens To Local Jobs When an Abandoned Coal Mine in India Becomes a Tourist Spot?

Vivek Gupta
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A Women-Led Waste Management System in India Also Generates Revenue

Vivek Gupta
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A young boy looks into the camera as he uses a hoe to gather pieces of coal

Rich Land, Poor People: What Will Be the Future of Generations Growing Up in the Coal Belt of Eastern India?

Varsha Singh
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Tribal Laws Flounder as Coal Law Puts a Village from East India on the Mining Map

rahul singh
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Coal Mine in Eastern India Blights Lives of Indigenous Residents

rahul singh
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In Peru's Amazon, Indigenous Women Lead the Way on Conservation

Sally Jabiel
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Part One: Five Years in a Row—How Indonesia Falls Short on Its Energy Transition Targets

Dewi Safitri
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Saving Spain's Ancient Seagrass

Melissa Godin
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a man holding the handlebars of a bicycle while walking on a road, he is up to his knees in water and is walking in front of a submerged bus

Documentary: A Flood-Resilient Mumbai?

Subuhi Jiwani
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