Klas Lundström is a writer and investigative reporter who focuses on environmental issues, mining, and post-war societies. Klas is a staff writer for the Swedish newspaper Tidningen Global (“Global Magazine”). As a freelancer, his work has appeared in The Guardian, Al Jazeera, New Internationalist, and elsewhere.
At the “Roof of the World,” solar power is a necessary evil
Since the fall of the Soviet Union and Tajikistan’s subsequent independence in 1991, neither state-supplied electricity nor state water has reached Alichur, a town of 2,000 people that sits 13,000 feet above sea level in the Pamir Mountains.
Living through Tajikistan’s climate apocalypse
In Tajikistan, a deadly new type of climate crisis has already arrived
Part one in a three-part series: The climate crisis at the Roof of the World.