Monthly Archives: July 2015

GEARING UP FOR PARIS

CHINA, GLOBAL WARMING, AND TIBET Climate change campaigners understandably yearn for good news, for signs that governments worldwide will get real, in Paris in December, about real action to stop baking the planet. After the utter failure of the last … Continue reading

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GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE IN TIBET

THE GREAT WATER MEADOW OF DZOGE Great rivers have their own logic, seldom suited to the categories and economies of the modern world. China‚Äôs great rivers, the Yellow and Yangtze, rise close to each other, in glaciers on the slopes … Continue reading

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FESSING UP TO FAILURE

RESTARTING TIBETAN-CHINESE RELATIONS BY FACING REALITY   Elite Han Chinese who open their eyes and minds to the realities of Tibet are few, as of yet. Their number is growing, partly because of those pioneers who not only see afresh … Continue reading

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