The links between food production and zoonotic diseases, and the global spread of such diseases are shaped by complex social, political and economic relationships that cannot be fixed by simply closing down wet markets.
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Resilience of inhabitants of the drought-plagued Brazilian Northeast region is improving. However, as access to water and food become less urgent, new vulnerabilities arise and become a potential source for political clientelism.
How does India’s new coal geography harness and reconfigure existing infrastructural arrangements to suit the needs of coal? In the second part of this series on India’s new coal geography, we examine this question in the context of Goa.
While India has become a hotspot for renewable energy investments, a new Indian coal geography has also emerged since the early 2000s. Its materialisation promises to lock India into continued reliance on coal for the foreseeable future, with a concomitant rise in carbon emissions. In part one of this two-part series, we look at the big picture of India’s new coal geography and its impact.