Can the PIF Leaders’ Meeting Break the Cycle After Another Climate Fund Setback?
By Isabella Massa and Samory Toure
The PIF Leaders' Meeting is an important chance to jolt the world into action on a climate Loss and Damage Fund after decades of fighting for justice.
The Significance of Indonesia’s Hosting of the Archipelago and Island States Forum
By Ahalla Tsauro and Dini Putri Saraswati
Jakarta has a chance to position itself as a leading representative of those states whose security and prosperity is most closely tied to the ocean.
From Siargao to Malabon: Filipino Coastal Communities on the Frontlines of Climate Change
By Nicholas Muller
Exposed to the most typhoons in the world, Filipino island communities – urban and remote alike – face high risks from intensifying climate events.
Climate Change and Poor Planning Combine in India’s Devastating Monsoon Season
By Sibi Arasu
The devastation of this year's monsoon season in India has been unusual, as the problem of climate change-boosted rain is worsened by unregulated development.
What Does the EU’s Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism Mean for Asian Economies?
By Sacha Shaw
Although the exposure of Asian markets is initially limited, CBAM could signal a major shift in both emissions reduction and global trade.
Civil Society Groups to Hold Climate Rally in Singapore
By Robin Vochelet
Several of the city-state’s NGOs are joining forces to highlight the overlap between climate and social justice, and the urgent need to address both.
Wildfires Burn Popular Maui Tourist Town
By Jennifer Sinco Kelleher
Wildfires in historic Lahaina Town on the island of Maui forced evacuations and led some to flee to the relative safety of the ocean.
Decentering the U.S.-China Relationship in the Climate Agenda
By Taylah Bland
Both the U.S. and China have made progress on their domestic climate agendas. What if pressing for deeper cooperation between them is beside the point?
Climate Concerns: Pakistan’s Environmental Challenges and Policy Shortcomings
By Abdul Waheed Bhutto
Pakistan’s climate change policy must broaden its scope to address additional factors contributing to climate change, such as deforestation, unsustainable agricultural practices, urbanization, and industrial emissions.
Start With Steel: An Opportunity for China-US Climate Cooperation
By Ray Cai
The U.S. and China might have a real, once-in-a-generation opportunity to cooperate on decarbonizing one of the world’s most polluting industries.
India, Pakistan Brace for Severe Cyclone, Deploy Rescuers to Coastal Regions
By Sibi Arasu and Munir Ahmed
Cyclone Biparjoy is forecast to make landfall on Thursday, with its trajectory aiming at Pakistan's southern Sindh province and the coastline of the western Indian state of Gujarat.
Vietnam’s Climate Fashion
By Sribala Subramanian
Motorists are coping with the current extreme heat like it's an Arctic winter.