Environment

India May Build New Coal-fired Power Plants Despite Climate Crisis By , April 20, 2021
The Global Green Shift in Electric Power: China in Comparative Perspective By and , April 19, 2021
Fukushima Daiichi Radioactive Dumping and the Summer Olympics in Japan in Question By , April 19, 2021
China Warns of Action over Japan’s Decision to Dump Radioactive Fukushima Water into the Sea By , April 15, 2021
Farmers Move to Occupy a Critical Elephant Corridor in Sri Lanka By , April 14, 2021
While the Forests Are Burning By , April 12, 2021
Frustration over Light Penalties for Coal Mine that Polluted Indonesian River By , April 07, 2021
How the Cleanup of the Fukushima Nuclear Accident Got So Expensive By and , April 05, 2021
‘What Other Country Would Do this to Its People?’ Cambodian Land Grab Victims Seek International Justice By and , April 02, 2021
India: Resolving Water Sharing Disputes Should Not Lead to Hurried Construction of Dams By , March 29, 2021
A Million Hectares of Papuan Forest Licensed for Clearing, Report Shows By , March 09, 2021
Ex-PMs Call on Japan to ‘Eradicate’ Nuclear Power By , March 05, 2021
‘A Disgrace’: Luxury Housing Plans Threaten Cambodia’s Bokor National Park By , February 26, 2021
Only 1 of 52 Pilot Whales Survives Mass Stranding in Indonesia By , February 25, 2021
The Fukushima Quake May be an Echo of the 2011 Disaster — And a Warning for the Future By , February 15, 2021
Southeast Asian Wild Pigs Confront Deadly African Swine Fever Epidemic By , February 12, 2021
Legal Failings Leave Illegal Loggers Unpunished and Certified in Indonesia By , February 05, 2021
Timber Organization’s Backing ‘One Step’ Toward ‘Peace Park’ in Borneo By , January 29, 2021
Deforestation Spurred by Road Project Creeps Closer to Sumatra Wildlife Haven By , January 19, 2021
Wildfires Ravage Nepal Mountains By , January 15, 2021
75% of Australia’s Marine Protected Areas Are Given Only ‘Partial’ Protection. Here’s Why that’s a Problem By , , and , January 15, 2021
As World Sours on Coal, Top Producer Indonesia Tries to Sweeten It at Home By , December 30, 2020
Papua Sawmill Loses Legal Timber Stamp over Allegations of Permit Forgery By , December 15, 2020
Palm Oil Giant Wilmar Unfazed as Watchdogs Cry Foul over Papua Deforestation By , December 10, 2020
India: Pesticide Takeover Spells Trouble for Bees By , December 07, 2020
Alleged Government-linked Land Grabs Threaten Cambodia’s Cardamom Mountains By , December 04, 2020
As Heatwave Hits Australia, Polls Find 71% Support Net Zero Emissions by 2030 By , December 03, 2020
Taiwanese Groups Protest Proposed Fukushima Water Dumping By , December 03, 2020
New Rule Puts Indonesia’s Protected Forests Up for Grabs for Agribusiness By , November 23, 2020
Modi’s Escalating War Against India’s Forests and Tribal People By , November 20, 2020
How Can the Belt and Road Better Protect Biodiversity? By , November 18, 2020
In Just 2 Years, a Nepal Peak Becomes Snowless By , November 13, 2020
An Open Letter from 1,200 Australian Academics on the Djab Wurrung Trees By , and , November 11, 2020
Trade Deals Handing Japanese Seeds to Multinational Corporations By and , November 11, 2020
Southeast Asia Getting Killed by Logging and Mining By , November 05, 2020
Philippine Court Upholds Open-pit Mining Ban in Mindanao By , October 25, 2020
Rio Tinto Turns Cultural Vandal: The Destruction of the Juukan Gorge Caves By , September 14, 2020
Killing Koalas: The Promise of Extinction Down Under By , July 02, 2020
Challenging the Flawed Premise Behind Pushing GMOs into Indian Agriculture By , January 17, 2020
Australia’s Fires and Air Pollution, Tennis and Sporting Officialdom By , January 16, 2020
Incendiary Extinctions: Australian Fires and the Species Effect By , January 10, 2020
Some Devastating Facts About the Australian Bushfires By , January 06, 2020
Australia Burns: Fireworks, Bush Fires and Denial By , January 02, 2020
Lethal Visits: Volcano Tourism and the White Island Eruption By , December 10, 2019
Scott Morrisons’ Authoritarian Streak: Crushing Anti-Mining Protest in Australia By , November 03, 2019
Extinction Rebellion in Australia: Leaving It to the Students By , September 24, 2019
Condescension and Climate Change: Australia and the Failure of the Pacific Islands Forum By , August 19, 2019
Pacific Island States Declare Climate Crisis By , August 01, 2019
In the Wake of Fukushima. Imagining Disasters in the Era of Climate Change: Is Japan’s Seawall a New Maginot Line? By , and , July 19, 2019
Corporate Gangster in Australia: Adani Mining Giant’s Pursuit of Scientists By , July 19, 2019
In Indonesian Borneo: Humiliate Native People, Then Loot Their Land By , June 29, 2019
Australia, Matters of Water: Dubious Approvals and the Adani Carmichael Mine By , June 17, 2019
Australia’s Voters Betray Themselves, Their Homeland and Mother Earth By , May 31, 2019
A Matter of Independence: Equinor and Drilling the Great Australian Bight By , May 08, 2019
Genetically Modified Bt Brinjal Aubergine Illegally Growing in India: Who Is Really Pulling the Strings? By , April 28, 2019
After Withdrawal from the IWC: The Future of Japanese Whaling By , March 02, 2019
As U.S. Airbase Construction Starts in Okinawa, Legal Action Aims to Save Endangered Dugongs By , December 17, 2018
India’s Agrarian Crisis: Father of Green Revolution Rejects GM Crops By , December 02, 2018
Shark Attack in Queensland: Fearing Monsters in the Whitsundays By , November 07, 2018
China’s Belt and Road as a Conduit for Clean Power Projects Around the World By and , September 21, 2018
The Kerala Deluge: Global Warming’s Latest Act By , September 02, 2018
Why Women From Asia Are Confronting U.S. Fracking: Oil Extraction Equals Plastic Production By , August 27, 2018
The Illegal Entry of GMOs into India By , August 25, 2018
Baby Elephants in Southeast Asia Are Separated From Their Mothers and Tortured For the Sake of Tourism By , August 21, 2018
Fukushima, Media, Democracy: The Promise of A Documentary Film By , and , August 16, 2018
India’s Water Resources: Save Activist Swami Gyan Swaroop Sanand, Save River Ganga By , August 16, 2018
The Lasting Condition: Drought in Australia By , August 08, 2018
GM Crops in India: Approval by Contamination? By , June 30, 2018
Pro-GMO Activism and Smears Masquerade as Journalism: From Seralini to Jairam Ramesh, Aruna Rodrigues Puts the Record Straight By and , June 17, 2018
The Empire Strikes Back: Leaving Indian Farmers in the Dirt By , June 03, 2018
Local Autonomy: A Key to Protection of the Ecosystem. The Philippines Apo Island By , May 28, 2018
In Blow to Monsanto, India’s Top Court Upholds Decision that Seeds Cannot be Patented By , May 18, 2018
Swaths of Native Forest Near Great Barrier Reef Set to be Bulldozed By , May 18, 2018
Confronting Global Agribusiness: Natural Farming Is the Future By , May 08, 2018
The Greening of China’s Energy System Outpaces Its Further Blackening: A 2017 update By , and , May 08, 2018
Japan to Build Roads Out of Radioactive Fukushima Dirt By , May 03, 2018
Australia’s Kangaroo “Love-Hate Relationship”: The Kangaroo Industry Debate By , April 05, 2018
Fukushima Radiation Levels 100 Times Higher Than Normal, Greenpeace Warns By , March 13, 2018
Fukushima Radiation Risks to Last Into Next Century: Greenpeace Investigation By , March 13, 2018
Civil Society in Australia and New Zealand Decries FSANZ Approval of GM “Golden Rice” By , February 26, 2018