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Pakistan's Biodiversity Is Disappearing, But No One Seems to Notice
December 01, 2018
Pakistan's Biodiversity Is Disappearing, But No One Seems to Notice
The depletion of natural habitats in Pakistan is a problem in need of greater attention.
Pakistan's Biodiversity Is Disappearing, But No One Seems to Notice
Bainimarama and FijiFirst Secure Electoral Victory
November 19, 2018
Bainimarama and FijiFirst Secure Electoral Victory
Former coup leader-turned Prime Minister Bainimarama held onto power, winning more time to reshape Fijian politics.
Bainimarama and FijiFirst Secure Electoral Victory
Machine-Learning, Climate Change, and Disaster Management in the Philippines
November 18, 2018
Machine-Learning, Climate Change, and Disaster Management in the Philippines
Machine-learning can provide relevant information at the right moment to climate change disaster survivors in the Philippines.
Machine-Learning, Climate Change, and Disaster Management in the Philippines
Paying Attention to the Blue Pacific
October 30, 2018
Paying Attention to the Blue Pacific
Pacific Island countries want to rebrand as “large ocean states,” custodians of large swaths of the Pacific Ocean.
Paying Attention to the Blue Pacific
Nearly 10 Percent of the US F-22 Inventory Was Damaged or Destroyed in Hurricane Michael
October 15, 2018
Nearly 10 Percent of the US F-22 Inventory Was Damaged or Destroyed in Hurricane Michael
The bulk of the damaged F-22s may be training units.
Nearly 10 Percent of the US F-22 Inventory Was Damaged or Destroyed in Hurricane Michael
Embracing Change and Working Together to Save the Planet
October 08, 2018
Embracing Change and Working Together to Save the Planet
From fighting climate change to adapting to the fourth industrial revolution, it will take more than government action to make progress.
Embracing Change and Working Together to Save the Planet
Australia’s Domestic Politics Hamstrings Its Pacific Foreign Policy
September 10, 2018
Australia’s Domestic Politics Hamstrings Its Pacific Foreign Policy
In the Pacific, climate change is an existential threat. Australia’s domestic unease on the issue hinders its foreign policy.
Australia’s Domestic Politics Hamstrings Its Pacific Foreign Policy
Korea's Heatwave Is an Opportunity for Samsung to Act
August 23, 2018
Korea's Heatwave Is an Opportunity for Samsung to Act
Now is the tech giant’s chance to truly “Do Bigger Things” for climate change.
Korea's Heatwave Is an Opportunity for Samsung to Act
Taking India’s Climate Migrants Seriously
August 10, 2018
Taking India’s Climate Migrants Seriously
In India, close to 1.5 million people are classified as internally displaced every year, many for climate change reasons.
Taking India’s Climate Migrants Seriously
China’s Nuclear Energy Gambit
June 29, 2018
China’s Nuclear Energy Gambit
Nuclear power has emerged as an option for Beijing as it continues its struggle to transition to a cleaner, low-carbon future.
China’s Nuclear Energy Gambit
Pakistan’s Climate Change Plight
March 21, 2018
Pakistan’s Climate Change Plight
Pakistan needs access to global climate funds to combat climate change impacts.
Pakistan’s Climate Change Plight
Tough Tasks for China’s New Environment Ministry
March 17, 2018
Tough Tasks for China’s New Environment Ministry
Beijing is fundamentally changing its environmental governance, but will it work?
Tough Tasks for China’s New Environment Ministry
How to Green Malaysian Electricity
March 10, 2018
How to Green Malaysian Electricity
Malaysia continues to be one of the biggest greenhouse gas emitters in ASEAN. What can Kuala Lumpur do?
How to Green Malaysian Electricity
As Climate Change Threatens Agricultural Sector, India Must Craft New Policies
December 20, 2017
As Climate Change Threatens Agricultural Sector, India Must Craft New Policies
India must outline more effective policies to mitigate the growing risk from climate change on the agricultural sector.
As Climate Change Threatens Agricultural Sector, India Must Craft New Policies
Can Asia Escape the Malthusian Trap?
December 15, 2017
Can Asia Escape the Malthusian Trap?
The region’s governments need to think seriously about developmental and demographic issues as part of their grand strategies.
Can Asia Escape the Malthusian Trap?
New Zealand Proposes Humanitarian Visa for ‘Climate Refugees’
November 30, 2017
New Zealand Proposes Humanitarian Visa for ‘Climate Refugees’
Climate-linked migration does not enjoy much time in the legislative bodies of most nations.
New Zealand Proposes Humanitarian Visa for ‘Climate Refugees’
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