Read more about the article Thailand Poised to Become First in Southeast Asia to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage
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Thailand Poised to Become First in Southeast Asia to Legalize Same-Sex Marriage

Once legalized, Thailand will join Taiwan and Nepal as the only places in Asia to allow for marriage equality, cementing the country's reputation as one of the most LGBTQ+-friendly nations…

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Read more about the article Bracing for La Niña: Indonesia Prepares for Increased Rainfall
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Bracing for La Niña: Indonesia Prepares for Increased Rainfall

As Indonesia prepares for the potential impacts of La Niña, authorities are urging communities to remain vigilant and take necessary precautions to mitigate the risks associated with increased rainfall, such…

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Read more about the article A Peek Inside Singapore’s Latest and Efficient Waste-to-Energy Plant
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A Peek Inside Singapore’s Latest and Efficient Waste-to-Energy Plant

Keppel Seghers Tuas Waste-to-Energy Plant (Keppel Seghers Tuas WTE Plant) is the first waste incineration plant in Singapore to be built under the NEA’s Public-Private-Partnership initiative and most efficient Waste-to-Energy…

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Read more about the article The $100 Billion Climate Finance Gap: Broken Promises Imperil Global Action
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The $100 Billion Climate Finance Gap: Broken Promises Imperil Global Action

The global climate finance has increased substantially over the past decade but still falls short of the amount needed to avoid the worst impacts of climate change and support adaptation…

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Read more about the article Climate-Resilient Healthcare: Indonesia Partners with UNDP and WHO in Groundbreaking Green Climate Fund Initiative
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Climate-Resilient Healthcare: Indonesia Partners with UNDP and WHO in Groundbreaking Green Climate Fund Initiative

The project's adaptation component focuses on enhancing early warning systems for climate-related diseases, integrating these into the health system to better predict and respond to health threats FOLLOW THIS TOPIC…

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Read more about the article Mongolia and The Nature Conservancy Launch ‘Eternal Mongolia’ to Champion Climate and Biodiversity Goals
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Mongolia and The Nature Conservancy Launch ‘Eternal Mongolia’ to Champion Climate and Biodiversity Goals

Eternal Mongolia will ensure the community-based conservation of vast natural areas including the planet’s last intact temperate grassland. FOLLOW THIS TOPIC April 21st 2024 marks a significant milestone as the…

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Read more about the article Philippines Halts In-Person Classes Amid Sweltering Heatwave and Protests
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Philippines Halts In-Person Classes Amid Sweltering Heatwave and Protests

Philippines suspends in-person public school classes for 2 days due to extreme heat. The Philippines Department of Education (DepEd) instructed all public schools in their country to suspend in-person classes…

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