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    Voluntary Corporate Emissions Targets Not Enough to Create Real Climate Action

    Companies’ emissions reduction targets should not be the sole measure of corporate climate ambition, according to a new perspective paper from the Imperial College. By Hayley...

    Sixth Edition of International Conference on Disaster Resilient Infrastructure Begins In New Delhi

    Prime Minister Modi drew attention to the impact of natural disasters on humans and mentioned earthquakes destroying houses making thousands of people homeless and...

    Water Governance Vital to Future of One Billion People in South Asia

    The future of one billion people in South Asia hinges on a water pact as climate change compounds pressures on water resources and brings...

    Can Traditional Wisdom and Modern Challenges Coexist?

    Baiga people practised shifting cultivation within the forested areas and refrained from ploughing the land, viewing it as akin to harming their Mother Earth,...

    SDGs in Asia – Mind the Widening Gap

    Asia Pacific now seriously lagging on all 17 SDGs. The region is reversing on climate action, stagnant on clean energy and the UN lacks...

    Tribal Communities Pay at the Intersections of FRA and PESA

    The failure of the Forest Rights Act's implementation, compounded by conflicts with other legislations like PESA, underscores the need for a comprehensive and coordinated...

    How Asia Can Unlock $800 Billion of Climate Financing

    Asia-Pacific countries experienced, on average, six natural disasters a year over the past three decades – about twice as many as developing countries of...

    Nepal Apex Court Seeks Government Response on Climate Law

    Nepal's Supreme Court has sought a written response from the government on a case registered on contempt of court for not making laws as...
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    India- Bangladesh Meet to Build Capacities of Civil Servants

    The National Centre of Good Governance has successfully conducted 71 Capacity Building Programs for 2660 Bangladesh Civil Service Officers from 2014...

    UN Rights Office Urges Sri Lanka to Reveal Fate of the Disappeared

    The report outlined the extensive psychological, social and economic impact on the families, particularly on women who often become...

    Are Government Schemes Meaningful in the Absence of Land Rights?

    It is evident that the effects of the project are not uniformly distributed, as certain villages experience benefits while...

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    India- Bangladesh Meet to Build Capacities of Civil Servants

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    UN Rights Office Urges Sri Lanka to Reveal Fate of the Disappeared

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