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De Ruyter has laid out a case for decarbonisation to allay South Africa's deepening energy crisis, which he says would restore investor confidence and create jobs amid staggering unemployment levels.
The authorities suffer from a case of misplaced priorities in thinking about the future. This and more in this week's Eurasianet Akhal-Teke Bulletin.
Uzbek official cited as saying “negotiations with the Afghan side are held on a regular basis, but in a closed mode so as not to disturb society”.
Ambulances and cars carrying civilians shot at. Laser-guided bomb dropped on town square killing at least 10 locals. Human rights group condemns “callous conduct” of soldiers on both sides.
USDA says impacts will be bigger than those caused by earthquake disaster.
Uzbekistan is working to introduce penalties for wasting water.
The Eurasian Development Bank (EDB) plans to invest at least $400mn in water and energy infrastructure in Central Asia over the next three years in an effort to boost economic growth and improve food security.
The canal across northern Afghanistan will divert water from the dying Amu Darya river.
Landmark report urges nations to urgently start fixing water waste and start managing water as a common good with neighbours.
Kosh Tepa canal irrigation project could deplete Amu Darya border river flows.
Benefiting from its geographic proximity and historic ties, Italy is already one of the top investors and trading partners of the Western Balkan countries.
Kazakhstan’s re-elected president has seven years to show he really does understand the meaning of the word he mouths so often, “reform”.
The president’s father (the former president) is stealing the show. Plus, the latest on efforts to get Turkmen gas to Europe. Eurasianet’s weekly briefing.
Central Asia’s largest economy facing up to sobering climate change effects on agriculture and economic disruption of Ukraine war.
Water levels are critically low in Romania, which is both a major EU grain producer and a channel to export Ukrainian grain to international markets.
Ukrainian grain has finally left the port of Odesa for the first time since Russia’s full-scale invasion, NV Ukraine reported on August 1.
Country’s main hydropower reservoir is being depleted rather than filled for the winter ahead.
Because official statistics are nonsense, Eurasianet looks to personnel reshuffles to understand where the government recognises it is underperforming.
Researchers say climate change is causing rapid melting of glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau, disrupting water distribution in Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan.