Food Security and Solomon Islands
September 03, 2014
Food Security and Solomon Islands
Pests and other ravages of climate change are creating a food security challenge for the Pacific island nation.
Food Security and Solomon Islands
Forget Sanctions: 3 Things Ailing North Korea
August 31, 2014
Forget Sanctions: 3 Things Ailing North Korea
North Korea may be impervious to sanctions, but not from climate change, Asia's economy and self-inflicted wounds
Forget Sanctions: 3 Things Ailing North Korea
Could a Climate Change Deal Fit China’s Economic Reform Agenda?
August 22, 2014
Could a Climate Change Deal Fit China’s Economic Reform Agenda?
Why an ambitious deal on climate change is much more likely now than it was in Copenhagen in 2009.
Could a Climate Change Deal Fit China’s Economic Reform Agenda?
Secretary Kerry’s Visit to Solomon Islands
August 18, 2014
Secretary Kerry’s Visit to Solomon Islands
The US Secretary of State makes some history and updates a relationship.
Secretary Kerry’s Visit to Solomon Islands
Yarsagumba: Biological Gold
August 15, 2014
Yarsagumba: Biological Gold
A gold rush mentality has attached to a fungus known as the ‘Himalayan Viagra,’ to the detriment of local communities.
Yarsagumba: Biological Gold
Energy and Climate Collaboration Key to U.S.-China Relations?
August 08, 2014
Energy and Climate Collaboration Key to U.S.-China Relations?
Working together on critical energy and climate issues could be a boon for broader relations.
Energy and Climate Collaboration Key to U.S.-China Relations?
Asia Turns Greener
August 07, 2014
Asia Turns Greener
Asia’s economic giants appear to be getting serious about tackling emissions.
Asia Turns Greener
The Pacific Islands Forum Meets in Palau
August 06, 2014
The Pacific Islands Forum Meets in Palau
Can a new leader give the forum some much-needed momentum?
The Pacific Islands Forum Meets in Palau
Can India Work With China on Climate Change?
August 04, 2014
Can India Work With China on Climate Change?
Modi’s history in Gujarat shows he is ready to partner with China on clean energy.
Can India Work With China on Climate Change?
OECD: Forget Sunshades, The Future Ain’t So Bright
July 09, 2014
OECD: Forget Sunshades, The Future Ain’t So Bright
A new study sees slowing international growth, especially in Asia, in the coming decades.
OECD: Forget Sunshades, The Future Ain’t So Bright
Will Climate Change Spark Conflict in Bangladesh?
June 27, 2014
Will Climate Change Spark Conflict in Bangladesh?
A changing climate appears likely to wreak havoc on one of the world’s poorest countries in the coming decades.
Will Climate Change Spark Conflict in Bangladesh?
Asia’s Massive ‘Climate-Smart’ Dividend
June 24, 2014
Asia’s Massive ‘Climate-Smart’ Dividend
A new report sets out the benefits of ‘climate smart’ policies for Asian economies.
Asia’s Massive ‘Climate-Smart’ Dividend
Why Kazakhstan Is Betting on a Green Future
June 12, 2014
Why Kazakhstan Is Betting on a Green Future
Writing in The Diplomat, Kazakhstan's Foreign Minister argues that economics, not altruism, must drive the green revolution.
Why Kazakhstan Is Betting on a Green Future
Abbott Seeks Climate Change Alliance
June 11, 2014
Abbott Seeks Climate Change Alliance
As the US and China unveil major initiatives, Australia’s skeptical prime minister seeks international support.
Abbott Seeks Climate Change Alliance
Abbott in Awkward Spot on Climate Change
June 11, 2014
Abbott in Awkward Spot on Climate Change
Australia increasingly looks out of step with the international community ahead of the upcoming G20 summit.
Abbott in Awkward Spot on Climate Change
China Vows Cap On Carbon Emissions
June 07, 2014
China Vows Cap On Carbon Emissions
'Potentially the most important turning point in the global scene on climate change for a decade.'
China Vows Cap On Carbon Emissions
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