Climate disasters are destroying Pakistan’s mountain languages

Climate-induced disasters are forcing people to migrate out of mountainous areas, and in the process their languages and cultures are being profoundly affected

How China’s most ‘futuristic’ city restored its mangroves

Shenzhen’s mangrove restoration balances urban growth with conservation, but challenges remain to boost ecological revival
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Our ocean: From freedivers to fish, Phang-nga to Puerto Madryn

The Dialogue Earth team pick the marine species, traditions and places they love for World Oceans Day


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Solar power is booming in Brazil. Can it be a boom for all?

Solar is now Brazil’s second-largest source of electricity. Experts say its growth must also reach and respect communities cut off from the grid
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How South Korea’s landmark climate hearings could shape regional action

The country’s constitutional court is examining whether government inaction on climate change violates citizens’ rights. Could it set a precedent?
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Thawing ice worsens Arctic plastic pollution

More fishing boats are coming to northern waters as sea ice retreats, bringing pollution with them
A forestry official stands on dry brush on a smouldering hillside Article

Bhutan explores controlled burning of mountainsides

Reviving the traditional practice could protect pastureland ecosystems in the Himalayas from destructive climate change-driven wildfires
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