Climate Change

Attention Doha: Connect Population and Women to the Global Climate Talks

Dec 5th, 2012 | By
Pakistani women fetching water from an artesian well. (photo credit: Caroline Suzman / World Bank)

By Suzanne York, www.howmany.org Mainstream news coverage of the ongoing climate talks barely exists, and any real progress from Doha would be an unexpected and pleasant surprise, as even its participants would agree (perhaps that was why Qatar, the heart of the fossil fuel industry, was chosen as the venue). This despite some increase in
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Water, Food and 1.2 Billion People

Nov 16th, 2012 | By
India & water

By Suzanne York, www.howmany.org Mention India and many contradictory images are often conjured up – poverty and Rajput castles, rich and exotic foods and begging mothers and children, the Himalayan mountains and Rajasthani deserts. But there is no contradiction on the importance of the Indian monsoon. Indian agriculture and much of Indian culture are intertwined
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The Population Factor and Ways to Cope with Climate Change and Migration

Mar 22nd, 2012 | By
adb

By Suzanne York, HowMany.org, March 22, 2012  A study just released by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) is warning that climate change could exacerbate environmental disasters in Asia and result in a surge of migration by people fleeing crises. In its report, Addressing Climate Change and Migration in Asia and the Pacific, the ADB observed
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