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
In Climate Change Breakthrough, China Will Cap Emissions
June 03, 2014
In Climate Change Breakthrough, China Will Cap Emissions
For the first time, a Chinese climate change expert has announced the PRC will institute an emissions cap.
In Climate Change Breakthrough, China Will Cap Emissions
Can India Reform Its Agriculture?
June 01, 2014
Can India Reform Its Agriculture?
Climate change is stressing an already struggling farm sector, but there is a way forward.
Can India Reform Its Agriculture?
New Zealand Courts and the Climate Refugee Dilemma
May 26, 2014
New Zealand Courts and the Climate Refugee Dilemma
A Kiribati man faces deportation after a New Zealand refuses to accept a ‘climate refugee’ claim.
New Zealand Courts and the Climate Refugee Dilemma
Can China and the US Stop Climate Change?
May 24, 2014
Can China and the US Stop Climate Change?
Shifting domestic situations have created an atmosphere for US-China cooperation against climate change.
Can China and the US Stop Climate Change?
Climate Change and the Pacific Islands
April 27, 2014
Climate Change and the Pacific Islands
How Solomon Islands could serve as a model for protecting small Pacific Island nations from the effects of climate change.
Climate Change and the Pacific Islands
Climate Change Could Lead to the Disappearance of 1,500 Indonesian Islands
February 27, 2014
Climate Change Could Lead to the Disappearance of 1,500 Indonesian Islands
Also: Philippines’ Jollibee to open in Dubai, Thai boycotts crushing pro-Shinawatra businesses.
Climate Change Could Lead to the Disappearance of 1,500 Indonesian Islands
In Beijing, Kerry Focuses on North Korea, Climate Change
February 15, 2014
In Beijing, Kerry Focuses on North Korea, Climate Change
Kerry's trip was intended to highlight potential areas for U.S.-China cooperation.
In Beijing, Kerry Focuses on North Korea, Climate Change
What Can The US Environmental Protection Agency Teach China?
December 12, 2013
What Can The US Environmental Protection Agency Teach China?
US EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy is in China this week to highlight the need for US-China cooperation.
What Can The US Environmental Protection Agency Teach China?
What China's Energy Trajectory Says About Climate Change
December 11, 2013
What China's Energy Trajectory Says About Climate Change
China's government is noting the effects of global warming. But leaving fossil fuels behind looks tough.
What China's Energy Trajectory Says About Climate Change
Militarization of the Arctic Heats Up, Russia Takes the Lead
December 06, 2013
Militarization of the Arctic Heats Up, Russia Takes the Lead
Arctic states have begun rebuilding their military forces and capabilities in order to operate in the region.
Militarization of the Arctic Heats Up, Russia Takes the Lead
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