Increased industrialization in Asia has created countless hurdles for communities to protect themselves from pollution.
Without the right laws and safeguards in place, development can come at the expense of the environment and local communities. This point is especially evident in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). Newspapers across the region regularly…
A number of Latin American and Caribbean (LAC) countries recently took a huge step forward in ensuring environmental democracy for their citizens.
This post was co-authored with Elizabeth Moses, an intern with The Access Initiative.
This post was co-written with Gilbert Sendugwa, Coordinator and Head of Secretariat for the
Though the next Earth Summit, Rio+20, will take place next June, few governments have started to seriously assess their progress towards achieving the
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