As climate change and poor habits parch Central Asia, can policy changes help?

  BOGOR, Indonesia — An approach that looks at both environmental and human elements to combat landscape degradation could help make dryland agriculture in Central Asia more resilient to climate change, according to a recent report. The Aral Sea between Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan was once one of the largest lakes in the world, but since... Read more

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