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October 16th, 2012

IPS Asia-Pacific led a team of journalists that produced in-depth coverage of the 2012 Annual IMF-WB meetings, Oct. 9-14, which took place in Tokyo, Japan. The team produced an on-line TerraViva in English and Japanese that provided independent reporting and analysis, from Asian perspectives, about key development issues around the meetings, including disaster planning and sustainable development.

This TerraViva is part of the ‘Development, Environment and Climate Change: A Reporting Lens from Asia’ programme of IPS Asia-Pacific, in partnership with  the Rockefeller Foundation.

TerraViva stories were further distributed through special newsletters to thousands of readers globally as well as circulated by IPS Asia-Pacific social media accounts: @ipsasiapacific and Facebook.

Stories, pictures and videos are available at TerraViva 2012 IMF-WB.

 

 

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