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Komila Nabiyeva

Komila Nabiyeva is a freelance journalist, writing about climate change and development issues in Central Asia. She researched and wrote this article as part of a fellowship with the Climate Change Media Partnership, a collaboration of InternewsPanos and the International Insititute for Environment and Development (IIED).

Komila has been published in The Guardian.

Journalism by Komila Nabiyeva

Sun’s rays power Kyrgyz hospitals

07/05/2011

Mountainous territory and poor infrastructure means electricity supply in Kyrgyzstan is erratic / Chris Sattlberger - Panos London

From next month, five hospitals in remote mountainous provinces of Kyrgyzstan will start using solar panels to transform the sun’s rays into clean energy and hot water. Komila Nabiyeva spoke to the Kyrgyz delegation at the recent UNFCCC climate change talks in Bonn to find out more about the project

Uzbekistan: trees help restore degraded land

05/24/2011

A row of rusting trawlers lie abandoned on the former shore of the Aral Sea in Uzbekistan.

A project in the Aral Sea region of Uzbekistan is encouraging farmers to reclaim degraded, marginal cropland by planting trees.

Komila Nabiyeva