Robert Winstanley-Chesters returns with a fresh opening salvo, piercing the DPRK’s mélange of environmental narratives and revealing Sepho tableland, the one that really matters.
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Robert Winstanley-Chesters wonders how much money the DPRK can make from carbon credits, and concludes that the answer is “not much.” At least, not yet.
Integrated Reed Farms and SEZ’s: Revolutionary Landscape meets Economic Urgency, The Case of Sindo County
How does the land near the new China-North Korea bridge near Sinuiju represent the North Korean drive to reclaim tidelands? Robert Winstanley-Chesters explains.
Kim Jong Il Loved Nature, Nature Loves Kim Jong Un – Introducing ‘the Natural as Legitimator’ in DPRK Presentational Narratives
Kim Jong Il Loved Nature, Nature Loves Kim Jong Un – Introducing ‘the Natural as Legitimator’ in DPRK Presentational Narratives by Robert Winstanley-Chesters (Leeds University, UK / Environmental Analyst for SinoNK.com) It’s something of an understatement to assert that the… Read More ›