Can science diplomacy limit environmental damage and build trust in the South China Sea?

Cooperation on scientific research and environmental management must be encouraged to limit the damage, and as a way to build trust

In a new article for the South China Morning Post, James Borton and Jackson Ewing examine how land reclamation in the South China Sea is contributing to the rapid destruction of the area's coral reefs. Yet they offer a pathway towards cooperation, sharing of scientific data, and collective management. Read the full article, here. 

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