Our planet’s future climate depends on the actions of countries big and small. Some are aggressively cutting greenhouse gases while others lag behind.
By Craig Welch, National Geographic
Posted by Patrick Meier of National Geographic Emerging Explorers in Explorers Journal on July 2, 2012
To map the world, is to know it. To map the world live is to change it before it’s too late.
Myanmar's leaders sell offshore gas, hydroelectricity, timber, and minerals to China, Thailand, and South Korea, among other countries. Much of the revenue goes to big infrastructure projects, and the people languish. To quash ethnic resistance, especially in resource-rich areas, the army has displaced thousands of villages.