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Exploring paths to environmental justice with a focus on empowering communities, indigenous rights and safeguarding environmental defenders


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Opinion: A just transition in Latin America needs bold economic policies

Governments must lead a ‘paradigm shift’ to manage debt, preserve balances and ensure better distribution while increasing spending, write economists

Opinion: As democracies weaken, who gets a say in South Asia’s climate future?

Governments in South Asia must make and implement policy decisions in closer partnership with communities and businesses, says Joydeep Gupta
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Can ‘just transition partnerships’ usher in the end of coal?

For the partnerships to support developing nations to move towards clean energy, the criteria for receiving finance need streamlining
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Latin America remains the deadliest region for environmental defenders

New Global Witness report shows nearly 90% of all environment-linked killings in 2022 were in the region, driven by land disputes, armed conflict and extractive industries