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Geopoliticalmonitor.com sits down with Rudo Sanyanga of the International Rivers Africa Program to discuss the geopolitical impact of Ethiopia’s Grand Renaissance Dam and other water conflicts on the continent.
The Great Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) could well end up as a template for climate conflict in the 21st century.
A 1960 water-sharing treaty between India and Pakistan could be the next casualty of deteriorating bilateral relations.
“We are headed towards a major fishery collapse and this environmental catastrophe will impact hundreds of millions of lives; it’s time to act now.”
The vilification of oil is bad for perception but good for business for the largest oil companies.
Vietnam now finds itself at a difficult crossroads between economic development that will bring prosperity to its people and conservation initiatives that maintain the rich beauty and natural heritage of the country.