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‘Don’t buy our coal’

John Gordon believes a song can get people thinking. He spends the better part of a year …

We need global regulation for corporations

Eva Joly, EU parliamentarian from the French Green Party, is tipped to be the Presidential …

Amul takes hygiene a step forward

At Anand, the dairy cooperative movement’s birthplace, no one will defecate in the …

Don’t tame the Brahmaputra, train it

A worried Assam government recently asked river hydraulic engineer NAYAN SHARMA of IIT …

Fixing old houses on Himalaya

German architect Andre Alexander has been restoring old buildings in the Tibetan capital …

Darfur pays for its water

In 2006, Slovenian president Janez Drnov?ek sent filmmaker and political activist Tomo …

Dont wait for a global climate change pact

Mike Hulmes interest in politics shows up in his research on climate change. Kaushik Das …

'Village level forecast will take time'

What prevents Indian scientists from making weather forecasts for farmers? Sailesh Naik, …

Biotech is not just GM

Michael Antoniou teaches Molecular Genetics at King's College, London. In his spare time, …

Let the journey choose the vehicle

Heather Allen looks at issues related to sustainable development at the International …

Rift valley

Financing emissions from jets and cows

Environmental scientist Robert Goodland , who served the World Bank Group between 1978 …

Renewables are a complement

Fergus Auld, first secretary, Climate Change and Energy, in the British High Commission, …

Anders Levermann on geopolitics of climate change

Professor at Germanys Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research, Anders Levermanns …

Anthony McMichael on health risks from climate change

ANTHONY MCMICHAEL heads the International Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health at …

David Sands on bacteria's role in rainfall

David Sands, professor at the Department of Plant Sciences and Plant Pathology, Montana …