Leah Temper is a researcher in ecological economics and environmental history at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and a freelance environmental journalist and video artist. She helps coordinate the EU–funded CEECEC (Civil Society Engagement with Ecological Economics) project.

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The face of India’s rural malaise can be seen in the Bull’s trench brick kilns that are widespread across the country. An outdated technology invented by a British engineer, they contribute 30 percent of the air pollution in the Kathmandu valley.1 The kilns, many of them illegal, dot the countryside, belching smoke, sucking up coal, […]

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