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Resource Security Watch - No. 12
March 8, 2018

How Chinese medicine depletes developing economies;
Warmer oceans cause more low-oxygen zones;
Water helps fuel Iran's protests;
Thirsty in Cape Town; Vietnam's farmers seek greener pastures

Resource Security Watch - No. 11
February 16, 2018

The hidden cost of cryptocurrency;
Tehran's toxic air;
Reclassifying climate change;
China moves to manage carbon emissions;
Indonesia's sinking city

Resource Security Watch - No. 10
December 20, 2017

Start-up working on floating city prototype;
China's plan to reengineer Tibet's environment;
Crisis in Lake Chad basin;
Glacial melt provides Peru with a new water source...for now;
The forecast for global famine

Resource Security Watch - No. 9
November 28, 2017

The problem of food security in Pakistan;
A crackdown on illegal mining in Brazil;
A spike in atmospheric carbon dioxide;
Russia's expanding global nuclear presence

Resource Security Watch - No. 3
November 3, 2017

Yemen's cholera outbreak rages on;
Migration and the Middle East water shortage;
America eyes Europe's LNG market;
Water and America energy independence;
China's controversial "Great Green Wall"

Resource Security Watch - No. 7
September 29, 2017

The Islamic State's scorched earth strategy;
Cairo's hydrological diplomacy;
South Asia's rainy season;
Pakistan's population bomb;
A source or scarcity in Southeast Asia

Resource Security Watch - No. 6
July 18, 2017

China's quest for renewables;
Canada eyes the arctic;
India to craft national desalination plan;
Despite donor aid, rising food insecurity;
Slowly, a congressional focus on resource security

Resource Security Watch - No. 5
June 22, 2017

A fungal threat to food security;
Tracking population migration;
Pakistan's tanker mafia;
Peru's new scourge;
A breakthrough in Tanzania

Resource Security Watch - No. 4
May 31, 2017

How charcoal threatens Tanzania's future;
A new way to extract water;
Somali drought prompts strike in piracy;
Mexico's expanding black market (for gas);
A hungry China eyes global fisheries

Resource Security Watch - No. 3
April 28, 2017

Chinese pollution provokes legal protest;
A less desirable Asian export;
The most vulnerable cohort;
Arctic nations debate ocean rights;
African famine at risk of spreading