Environmental Law

Asians are in the dark about the region’s water pollution crisis (Eco-Business, 6 September 2017)

Asians are in the dark about the region’s water pollution crisis (Eco-Business, 6 September 2017) Asia is home to a worsening water pollution crisis thanks to an accelerating but weakly regulated industrial boom, but its most vulnerable citizens are kept in the dark about whether the water they use for drinking, farming and fishing is safe,…

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UN Environment Assembly opens in Nairobi aiming to ensure ‘healthy planet, with healthy people’ (UN News 23 May 2016)

UN Environment Assembly opens in Nairobi aiming to ensure ‘healthy planet, with healthy people’ (UN News 23 May 2016) Hundreds of key global decision-makers are gathering in Kenya for the second United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-2), aiming to tackle some of the most critical issues facing our planet, from the air pollution that kills millions of…

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ASEAN haze meeting ends on ‘disappointing, bewildering’ note (Today, 4 May 2016)

ASEAN haze meeting ends on ‘disappointing, bewildering’ note (Today, 4 May 2016) A meeting of five Association of South-east Asian (ASEAN) nations in Singapore on Wednesday (May 4) to discuss transboundary haze pollution ended on an unexpected note, when a senior Indonesian official declined to take questions at a media conference after the meeting, saying there…

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