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Carbon Capture is the Key to Indonesia’s Net-Zero Emissions Future
September 21, 2021

Carbon Capture is the Key to Indonesia’s Net-Zero Emissions Future

By Haryanto and Filda C. Yusgiantoro
While obstacles remain, the technology could help transform Indonesia into a regional leader in renewable energy.

How Asia Can Achieve a Just Energy Transition in a Post-COVID World
September 17, 2021

How Asia Can Achieve a Just Energy Transition in a Post-COVID World

By Nithi Nesadurai and Hang Dao
A just transition to renewable energy is not just good for the environment, it’s great for the economy, too.
Climate Change Is the Biggest Threat to Indian Ocean Security
August 31, 2021

Climate Change Is the Biggest Threat to Indian Ocean Security

By Arjun Gargeyas
The climate crisis requires collective action, and should serve as a catalyst for the revival of the Indian Ocean Rim Association.

Climate Change Is a Test for Asia’s Tech Titans
August 23, 2021

Climate Change Is a Test for Asia’s Tech Titans

By Xueying Wu
As extreme weather intensifies, companies like Samsung, Toshiba, and Alibaba must commit to renewable energy.

The Push for a Green New Deal in Bangladesh
August 20, 2021

The Push for a Green New Deal in Bangladesh

By Pascale Hunt
While the country revises coal-based plans for power generation, a youth-led movement is calling for foreign energy financiers to back a “just transition.”

What Does National Security Mean in a +2 Celsius World?
August 13, 2021

What Does National Security Mean in a +2 Celsius World?

By Jacob Parakilas
The new U.N. climate report confirms that significantly higher global temperatures are now a near-term certainty. National security planning needs to take a warmer, less stable world into account.

Singapore’s Climate Impact X: A Viable Solution for Decarbonization
August 12, 2021

Singapore’s Climate Impact X: A Viable Solution for Decarbonization

By Danielle Fallin
Given its location, embrace of green technologies, and reputation for transparency, Singapore could offer a stable foundation for a global carbon market.
Authoritarianism Can’t Beat Climate Change 
July 30, 2021

Authoritarianism Can’t Beat Climate Change 

By Alexander Butler
If indeed there does exist a pathway out of global climate governance gridlock, the answer does not lie at the feet of authoritarian monoliths.

Economic Logic Alone Will Not Curb ASEAN’s Carbon Emissions
July 27, 2021

Economic Logic Alone Will Not Curb ASEAN’s Carbon Emissions

By James Guild
The hard political choices involved in phasing out coal and reducing emissions are the most important, and also the most often elided, element.

Is Securitization of Climate Change a Boon or Bane?
July 27, 2021

Is Securitization of Climate Change a Boon or Bane?

By Asif Muztaba Hassan
Climate-vulnerable nations are calling on rich countries to deliver the $100 billion per annum they promised years ago as climate finance.

Can Indonesia Really Quit Coal After 2023?
May 25, 2021

Can Indonesia Really Quit Coal After 2023?

By James Guild
Any move to jettison coal power will likely face opposition from the country's powerful domestic coal lobby.
We’re Not in a Cold War With China, We’re in a Green War for Survival
April 30, 2021

We’re Not in a Cold War With China, We’re in a Green War for Survival

By Edward J. Markey
We cannot save the “pale blue dot, the only home we’ve ever known” without spurring China -- and ourselves -- to action.

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