(Sept 23): From Beijing’s gridlocked ring-roads to Delhi’s urban sprawl, Asia is home to three of the planet’s five most-polluting countries, as well as more than one-third of its wealthiest citizens.

But government and philanthropic efforts to combat climate change often take a back seat to programs aimed at fixing more immediate issues, such as alleviating poverty and lifting education standards.

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