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Malaysia’s ‘Orangutan Diplomacy’ draws backlash for alleged hypocrisyMalaysia’s ‘Orangutan Diplomacy’ draws backlash for alleged hypocrisy
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Malaysia’s ‘Orangutan Diplomacy’ draws backlash for alleged hypocrisy

Schools across South and Southeast Asia close due to record-breaking tempsSchools across South and Southeast Asia close due to record-breaking temps
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Schools across South and Southeast Asia close due to record-breaking temps

Taiwan’s air pollution carries higher risk for lung cancer than smoking: studyTaiwan’s air pollution carries higher risk for lung cancer than smoking: study
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Taiwan’s air pollution carries higher risk for lung cancer than smoking: study

Scientists create material that catches greenhouse gases faster than treesScientists create material that catches greenhouse gases faster than trees
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Scientists create material that catches greenhouse gases faster than trees

Why Southeast Asia is drowning in imported plastic wasteWhy Southeast Asia is drowning in imported plastic waste
Asia

Why Southeast Asia is drowning in imported plastic waste

South Korean kids take government to court over climate changeSouth Korean kids take government to court over climate change
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South Korean kids take government to court over climate change

AAPI more likely to believe in climate change: pollAAPI more likely to believe in climate change: poll
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AAPI more likely to believe in climate change: poll

How a Chinese painter turns himself ‘invisible’ to help save the planetHow a Chinese painter turns himself ‘invisible’ to help save the planet
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How a Chinese painter turns himself ‘invisible’ to help save the planet

Japan gifts Washington 250 new sakura treesJapan gifts Washington 250 new sakura trees
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Japan gifts Washington 250 new sakura trees

Japan’s most famous cherry blossom trees could disappear due to climate changeJapan’s most famous cherry blossom trees could disappear due to climate change
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Japan’s most famous cherry blossom trees could disappear due to climate change

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