James Borton

James Borton is a journalist writing about the Mekong region and the South China Sea and most recently edited Islands and Rocks in the South China Sea: Post-Hague Ruling.
James Borton is a journalist writing about the Mekong region and the South China Sea and most recently edited Islands and Rocks in the South China Sea: Post-Hague Ruling.

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Opinion | As nations fight for control, South China Sea coral reefs are dying in silence

The devastation wrought by island building in the waters, mainly by China, has wide impact on an already fragile ecosystem. Cooperation on scientific research and environmental management must be encouraged to limit the damage, and as a way to build trust.

29 Dec 2018 - 9:07AM

The devastation wrought by island building in the waters, mainly by China, has wide impact on an already fragile ecosystem. Cooperation on scientific research and environmental management must be encouraged to limit the damage, and as a way to build trust.

As nations fight for control, South China Sea coral reefs are dying in silence