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The Dalai Lama, Environmentalist

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His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama is a global spiritual icon, renowned for his tireless efforts promoting world peace, religious tolerance and secular ethics. Not so well known is his...

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February 2, 2021 Environment

Gardeners of the Grasslands

By: Michael Buckley

Hail the marvellous Yak! A personal viewpoint on why yaks are important for fostering healthy grassland ecosystems on the Tibetan plateau— ZIMOV's ARK: For more than 20 years, maverick Russian...

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June 10, 2020 Environment

Tibet in little plastic bottles

By: Michael Buckley

Groundwater and springwater sold in plastic bottles is the biggest scam on earth. China is taking it to new heights in Tibet, by exporting Tibet’s groundwater and springwater all over...

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July 13, 2019 Climate & Energy

TIBET: time to declare a climate emergency

By: Michael Buckley

  News from the Land of Melting Snows: if TIBET dries, ASIA dies-- Author: Michael Buckley || Most photos from the People's Climate March, New Delhi, Sept. 2014. Two photos...

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May 2, 2019 Environment

Dam lies, Broken promises

By: Michael Buckley

How China’s Draconian megadams are causing the slow strangulation of Tibet’s mighty rivers In April 2019, a colossal new project, Lawa Megadam, was given the green light by Chinese authorities....

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February 25, 2019 Environment

A Future on Thin Ice

By: Michael Buckley

Ingenious solutions for replicating glacial meltwater are under way in Ladakh — involving Tibetan Buddhist monks… Text: Michael Buckley || Research: Allan Fotheringham  || Photos: Mikael Lorin + STSSC March 2015: High...

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October 15, 2018 Environment

Review: The Hidden Life of Trees

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If trees could speak our language, they’d put their voices together urging everyone to take time to read through Peter Wohlleben’s new illustrated edition of The Hidden Life of Trees....

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September 11, 2018 Climate & Energy

Village Well Webcast: Tune In to Protect our Planet

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The biggest global climate action gathering since Paris lands on the shores of San Francisco this week.  Its mission is to celebrate the transformational achievements of local governments, businesses, investors,...

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August 31, 2018 Environment

Endangered Species Soup

By: Michael Buckley

Schooling Hammerheads, Cocos Island, Costa Rica   Shark-fin soup, promoted by Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in the Chinese diaspora, is driving shark species to the edge...

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