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2018/04/02 | Mongabay
Green Paradox: Indonesia's Electricity Future Defined by Coal, Renewables
Indonesia put itself back on track to meet to meet renewable energy targets by promising to produce less energy in total.
2018/03/27 | AsiaGlobal Online
Air Conditioning Is Choking Tropical Asia
Access to cool air is a matter of class and wealth in cities like Manila.
China and Russia Make Strange Arctic Bedfellows
A tentative 'Polar Silk Road' seeks to help Russia and China reinforce each other's interests in the arctic.
2018/03/19 | The Third Pole
What Can Fix the Disjointed Management of the Mekong River?
Decades of distrust between governments means that the world's 12th longest river has only the loosest management.
2018/03/16 | Nate Maynard
5 Highlights from Mapping Taiwan's Circular Economy Projects
Circular economy is something of an abstract concept, so here are five real world examples of CE projects in Taiwan.
2018/03/16 | Mongabay
Plans to Protect Indonesia's Orangutans Must Involve Business, Local Government
As a 10-year program to protect the great apes in Indonesia comes to an end, the pressure is on to enact a workable conservation plan for the decade ahead.
2018/03/15 | Jennifer Hsieh
Taiwan's Anti-Noise Pollution Movement Struggles to Be Heard
Efforts to counter noise pollution suffer from subjectivity problems and have not attracted the same level of public support as efforts to counter PM2.5.
2018/03/15 | David Green
Taiwan under Pressure over Illegal Fishing, Human Rights as EU Takes Stock
A video spotlighting Taiwan's ongoing problems with illegal fishing and human rights abuses aboard its offshore vessels could not have come at a worse time.
2018/03/09 | Shreya Dasgupta
New Maps Reveal the Extent of Global Industrial Fishing
By one measure, Taiwan was the second-largest fishing nation in the world, beaten only by China.