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460m children at risk of extreme heat in South Asia – UNICEF

In South Asia, 460 million or 75 per cent of children are at risk every year due to extreme heat, according to the UN...

Global injustice concern as climate change induced heatwaves hit South Asia

Over a billion people are currently contending with deadly temperatures as the relentless heatwave in Pakistan and India continues to climb, with spring-time temperatures...

Over 200 die after weeks of flooding, landslides in South Asia

Weeks of severe flooding and landslides across Nepal, India and Bangladesh on Monday, July 20, 2020 left more than 200 dead, with high waters...

South Asia nations vow to meet challenges of climate change

The joint declaration of the South Asian Speakers' Summit in India has asserted that the Paris Agreement must continue to be guided by the...

Climate change threatens South Asia’s security, warns Military report

A new report has warned that a recent drought in India which has affected over 330 million people – causing displacement and threatening the...

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Why govt should put on hold resumption of oil exploration in Ogoniland – Groups

Concerned about what it considers as the neglect of key issues around ecological and social justice amid plans to...
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SADC leaders launch $5.5bn appeal for drought, flood relief

Southern African leaders launched a $5.5 billion humanitarian appeal on Saturday, May 18, 2024, to assist over 61 million...

UK research outcomes on water privatisation should be eye opener to Lagos – RDI

The Renevlyn Development Initiative (RDI) has urged the Lagos State Government and other states in Nigeria to learn from...

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Why govt should put on hold resumption of oil exploration in Ogoniland – Groups

Concerned about what it considers as the neglect of...

SADC leaders launch $5.5bn appeal for drought, flood relief

Southern African leaders launched a $5.5 billion humanitarian appeal...
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