Keeping Asia’s Net-Zero Dream Alive
By Tamara Amalia
Developed nations need to take four concrete steps at COP28 to advance the renewable energy transformation in the Asia-Pacific.
South Asia Is Missing out on the Clean Energy Transition
By Muhammad Salar Khan and Ammar A. Malik
Countries in South Asia must be technologically empowered in their fight against climate change, but new investments have stagnated.
Without Coal, What Happens to Cement, Steel, Iron — and Asia’s Path to Development?
By Monika Mondal
A focus on the power sector hides the fact that heavy industry, the key to developing countries' continued growth, is the second largest emitter.
Is the Asia-Pacific Ready for the Global Climate Stage?
By Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana
Asian and Pacific countries’ climate ambitions will determine if the region – indeed the world – has any hope of keeping the temperature increase well below 2 degrees.
Clare Richardson-Barlow on East Asia’s Turn to Renewable Energy
By Catherine Putz
On paper, East Asian countries are moving aggressively toward renewable energy. On the ground, however, things are more complicated.
China’s New Carbon Neutrality Commitment Will Affect Global Energy Security
By Niharika Tagotra
President Xi’s announcement yesterday at the U.N. General Assembly will have economic as well as geopolitical ramifications.
Look West, Think Ahead: The Role of Renewables in India’s Energy Security
By Heather Byrne
The future of India’s energy security lies in diversifying its portfolio.
ADB: Climate Change Threatens Asia’s Development Gains
By Anthony Fensom
The ADB predicts "drastic changes" that could pose an "existential threat" to some Asian countries.
Powering Asia’s Renewable Revolution
By Anthony Kleven
Though there is growing optimism, getting past challenges will not be easy.