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Sorcery-Related Violence on the Rise in Papua New Guinea

An increase in sorcery-related violence and fatalities over the last decade in
Papua New Guinea is generating awareness about the lack of development,
economic opportunities, inequality and under-resourced health services in
rural areas.

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Virunga communities concerned about oil development

Residents living near Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Virunga National Park last week expressed their renewed concern over the prospect of oil exploration in the area. Many community members rely on fishing in the park’s biggest lake for their …

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Rio+ 20 Suffers Leadership Void Weeks Ahead of Summit

When a landmark U.N conference on sustainable development
kicks off in Brazil mid-June, more than 120 world leaders are
expected to participate in the much-ballyhooed talkfest on the
future of the global environment.

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World Congress Hopes to Enforce Commitments Made at Rio+20

World leaders may face an unexpected challenge come June, when a major global
summit on sustainable development will be held in Brazil. Unlike during previous
summits, these leaders might have trouble making promises they are unable to
keep.

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Urgent Need for "New Deal" in Equality and Sustainability

The pressing need for a global “new deal” to foster sustainable development
and reduce inequalities was the conclusion of the 2012 Global Human
Development Forum, a new initiative by the United Nations, held in Istanbul
from Mar. 22-23.

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Exposing oil exploitation in the Russian Arctic

The Arctic Council is meeting in Stockholm today, and government representatives will discuss the sustainability – or not – of Arctic oil.We received this video yesterday from our colleagues in Russia who have just returned from a trip to the West Si…

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Tories’ long and winding road to sensible planning | Simon Jenkins

At last the government has reined in the cowboy lobbyists and allowed urban renewal to trump rural developmentThe final redraft of last year’s cowboy raid by lobbyists on English town and country planning suggests that the Tories have narrowly rescued …

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Planning: from builders’ charter to lawyers’ delight | Editorial

The final draft of the government’s revised planning framework is certainly an improvement on the version put out last summer”When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty told Alice, “it means just what I choose it to mean – neither more nor less.” So too with …

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Scientist at Work Blog: Biodiversity, and Green Slugs, in Action

Cathedral Grove on Vancouver Island, British Columbia, is a good place to learn about natural ecosystems and sustainable community development.

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Planning system reforms

Greg Clark, decentralisation and cities minister, is set to outline the ‘biggest reduction of business red tape ever undertaken’ in national planning policy reforms for England• Damian Carrington: A giant gamble with economy and environment11.45am: T…

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