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    Eight in 10 Indians Support Cutting Plastic Production: Greenpeace Survey

    The survey highlighting public demand for global action ahead of Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee meeting was conducted across 19 countries. It indicates overwhelming public backing...

    Gaza: Israeli Strike on Aid Team Condemned; Humanitarians Renew Access Call

    UN Humanitarian Coordinator for the Occupied Palestinian Territory repeated appeals to "all parties to the conflict, including the Government of Israel", to respect international...

    The Impact of Climate Change on a Biodiversity Hot Spot

    The convenings of the apex body in matter of climate action, the Climate Change Council that is chaired by the Prime Minister have been...

    Revival of Hope: How a Remote Indian Village Overcame Water Scarcity

    By restoring the ponds, the community at Patqapara Village, a small hamlet in India's West Bengal State, was able to save their village and...

    The Power of Youth: In Vanuatu, Young Red Cross Volunteers Keep the Water Flowing

    Youth Red Cross volunteers of Vanuatu join hands with elders and their communities to reduce climate impacts, from flooding to drought. Jean Philipe Clement, 58,...

    Maldives Makes a First Foray into Hydroponic Farming

    The hydroponic farming project was carried out by local NGO Kihaadhoo Development Society (KIDS). The revenue generated from the project will be utilized for...

    Climate Change will Further Strain the Resilience of Small Farmers

    The unsustainable nature of farming operations and the escalating climate change have worsened the situation of the Indian farmer. Therefore, these huge populations' means...

    Moneylenders, Debtors Battle It Out on the Streets of Kathmandu

    The law has proven incapable of meeting the objectives it was framed for – the indebted people, who are back in Kathmandu, say that...
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    In Bangladesh, Nipah Virus Keeps the Health System on its Toes

    There’s no cure and no vaccine for the Nipah Virus – and so far this year, both confirmed cases...

    Debt Swaps Could Release $100 Billion for Climate Action

    If a country and its creditors agree to a swap, a portion of that nation’s debt can be written...

    Sri Lanka: Unlawful Use of Weapons in Policing of Protests, Says Amnesty

    During 2022 and 2023, Sri Lankans called for accountability for the prolonged economic crisis, corruption and human rights violations,...

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    In Bangladesh, Nipah Virus Keeps the Health System on its Toes

    There’s no cure and no vaccine for the Nipah...

    Debt Swaps Could Release $100 Billion for Climate Action

    If a country and its creditors agree to a...
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