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A new report from China Environment Forum looks at how China's cities could be the vanguard of its efforts to fight air pollution.
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What will 2016's big environment and energy stories be? Join us this Thursday to hear top journalists discuss the year's major issues.
Join the Society of Environmental Journalists and the Environmental Change and Security Program for the fourth annual “Year Ahead in Environment and Energy” event, where leading reporters and editors will discuss the critical issues that will shape 2016. Jessica Coomes, Deputy News Director at Bloomberg BNA, will present Bloomberg’s Environmental Outlook 2016, followed by a panel discussion featuring leading journalists from National Geographic, ...
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"When do adaptation projects enhance social justice? When do they deepen disparities and marginalization? Frankly, we just don’t know."
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The “economy will not be successful if we cannot empower young people, if they cannot plan their pregnancy, if they cannot complete their education." - Jagdish Upadhyay 
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Crops like soy and palm oil are creating a new sustainability crisis in the Global South. @PhilipSchleifer explains http://buff.ly/23I2MuE
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A new report from the China Environment Forum examines how cities could lead the battle against the country's historic air pollution. 
The blog of the Wilson Center’s Environmental Change and Security Program, with contributions from the Maternal Health Initiative, China Environment Forum, and more
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“Sexual and reproductive health is most vulnerable to attack in these humanitarian and fragile settings precisely when access to information, support, and services most severely declines.”
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Despite evidence that natural resources play a major role in many conflicts, a new study reveals that most ceasefire and peace agreements do not address natural resources.
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“How do you do preparedness when you’re already in crisis mode? You have to, because it can only get worse unless you prepare better.”
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Could Zika's impact ripple across reproductive rights in Central and South America?
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Last month's top 10 posts covered a huge range of global development topics, from land grabs and demographic dividends to food security and climate change. 
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"In theory, local urban leadership on climate adaptation could significantly reduce the vulnerability of those who need the greatest protection...In reality, most adaptation proposals try to protect existing development in coastal and low-lying urban areas in ways that perpetuate continued growth in these exposed areas."
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Since 1994, the Woodrow Wilson Center’s Environmental Changeand Security Program (ECSP) has actively pursued the connections between the environment, health, population, development, conflict, and security. ECSP brings together scholars, policymakers, the media, and practitioners through events, research, publications, multimedia content (audio and video), and our daily blog, New Security Beat.

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars is the living, national memorial to President Wilson established by Congress in 1968 and headquartered in Washington, D.C. It is a nonpartisan institution, supported by public and private funds, engaged in the study of national and world affairs.