To ensure global economic progress without compromising biodiversity we need to rebalance nature’s supply and demand.
The project could reshape the world in political, economic and cultural terms, and poses important environmental risks.
Seven died. More than 100 are missing. Workers were trapped. Hydropower projects were destroyed, and the Dhauli Ganga river at Joshimath hit a record high.
Pregnancy loss has economic, social and cultural costs for South Asian women and their families, quite apart from the health risks alone. Their leaders must reduce air pollution to promote maternal health.
To achieve them, people need to be at the center of the transformation.
The renewed interest in nuclear energy projects in Central-Eastern Europe has hardly gone unnoticed around the planet.