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Lou Del Bello

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Delhi, India

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Past articles by Lou:

Border Disputes Threaten Climate Science in the Himalayas

Cross-border teams of scientists collaborate on climate models, even as their countries' militaries clash. → Read More

India's solar boom is threatened by anti-China trade tariffs

The Indian government is doubling down on import taxes for solar modules from China, but domestic manufacturing is not ready to fill the gap → Read More

How will China’s ambitious new Silk Road impact climate change?

Is the Belt and Road initiative effectively going to lead to China exporting its carbon emissions? → Read More

Scientists say east Africa will get wetter, so why is it drying out?

Despite models predicting increased rainfall with climate change, the region has collapsed into drought - a puzzle known as the East African paradox → Read More

Trump’s climate pullout could spell disaster for developing nations

American businesses and developing nations alike are going to be worse off due to the US withdrawal from the Paris Accord → Read More

Trump budget cuts would cripple clean energy in developing nations

Developing countries relying on US research and development to fuel their clean energy programmes have to hope Congress rips up Trump’s budget → Read More

Trump could do more damage by staying in the Paris climate deal

Trump is expected to decide any day if the US will withdraw from the Paris agreement. It could be worse if he stays in → Read More

Trump could do more damage by staying in the Paris climate deal

Trump is expected to decide any day if the US will withdraw from the Paris agreement. It could be worse if he stays in → Read More

Could restoring ancient water tanks help build peace in Sri Lanka?

After decades of violence, a programme to bolster water security weaves climate resilience into Sri Lanka’s postwar recovery → Read More

How the British Army is thwarting Kenya's climate plans

Who should account for emissions from overseas military training bases? UK defence planners say Kenya must deal with pollution from army manoeuvres → Read More

Growing water stress drives desalination push in Kenya

As drought hits crop yields and livelihoods, Kenya approves the first of a planned fleet of plants to get drinking water from the ocean → Read More

Africa gears up for first-of-a-kind climate impact study

A scientific pilot in Kenya and Ethiopia seeks to identify the link between extreme weather events and global warming → Read More

Catch 22: when climate change *prevents* migration

Research shows those hit hardest by climate change can't afford to move, supporting the call for more and better adaptation → Read More

Human rights report quashed in push for Azerbaijan-EU gas pipeline

Concerns about political prisoners were suppressed as politicians approved the Southern Gas Corridor, an Italian TV documentary reveals → Read More

Six bright ideas lighting up Africa from the grassroots

It's as much about the business model as the technology: here's how innovators are making a big difference with small-scale solar → Read More

Trump won: It's time for climate NGOs to stop preaching to the choir

The latest elections showed climate change is not a priority for the American public. NGOs in Marrakech say it's time to reconnect with the grassroots → Read More

African countries bid for climate self sufficiency

As the UN climate talks start wrapping up, leaders from the continent share their vision for a developing world that leads climate action → Read More

US, EU offer to help African countries deliver climate plans

New international partnership aims to provide the technical knowledge needed to couple climate action and growth in developing countries → Read More

Africa flying blind as continent tips into climate crisis

With too little data to inform local climate science, African continent lacks of a fundamental tool to plan its long term adaptation strategies → Read More

7 things you missed while Trump hogged the headlines

It was a 'uuugggggee story. But while the media reacted in horror. The world - soon to be renamed Planet Trump - and the COP22 climate talks kept turning → Read More