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The Sea Isn’t the Only Thing Rising: Life, Death and Disease in the Pacific

The Sea Isn’t the Only Thing Rising: Life, Death and Disease in the Pacific

By Ami Bera and Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick
Cutting funding to multilateral efforts that confront climate change globally is shortsighted. When we help others, no matter how many miles away, we learn how to help ourselves.

Bangladesh’s Vulnerable Coastlines on the Frontline of Climate Effects

Bangladesh’s Vulnerable Coastlines on the Frontline of Climate Effects

By Parvez Uddin Chowdhury
Experts say the Sundarbans, the largest mangrove in the world, pays a price as it serves as a first line of defense against cyclones.
Cyclone Remal Leaves Trail of Destruction in India’s Northeast

Cyclone Remal Leaves Trail of Destruction in India’s Northeast

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
This is the first "severe" cyclonic storm to hit the Bay of Bengal coast during the 2024 pre-monsoon season.

Days of Reckoning on the Future of ‘Natural’ Gas in Asia

Days of Reckoning on the Future of ‘Natural’ Gas in Asia

By Axel Dalman
The gas industry in Australia and across Asia needs to face the music being played by major economies and governments worldwide.

Shifting the Narrative on Climate Transition For Southeast Asian Businesses

Shifting the Narrative on Climate Transition For Southeast Asian Businesses

By Petra Christi and Dinda Maharani
Transition plans should reflect the fact that the region’s economies have distinct structures and vulnerabilities compared to their Western counterparts.

What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?
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What’s Driving Taiwan’s Mass Protests?

Climate Change Hardly a Burning Issue for Indian Voters

Climate Change Hardly a Burning Issue for Indian Voters

By Sajan Thomas and Titto Idicula
The expectation for Indian politicians to “be with the people” now encompasses standing with them through their lived experiences of climate change.

Negotiating Climate Finance: India’s Leadership Role in the Global South

Negotiating Climate Finance: India’s Leadership Role in the Global South

By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
The new government in India will have to work through the politics of climate finance, inclusion, and just transition in an increasingly fragmented world order. 
It’s Time for Closer Japan-US Cooperation on Climate Security

It’s Time for Closer Japan-US Cooperation on Climate Security

By Khang Pham
For Japan to be a true “global partner” of the U.S., it needs to closely align its approach to climate change threats with that of its most important ally.

Philippine Students Told to Stay Home as Southeast Asia Copes With a Sweltering  Heat Wave

Philippine Students Told to Stay Home as Southeast Asia Copes With a Sweltering  Heat Wave

By Jim Gomez
The Philippines is among the nations worst affected by the sweltering weather in Southeast Asia.

As Electronics Suppliers Shift Away From China, They Can’t Lose Sight of Climate Goals

As Electronics Suppliers Shift Away From China, They Can’t Lose Sight of Climate Goals

By Xueying Wu
Shifting production away from China can also mean moving away from clean energy sources. Companies must keep that in mind.

The Climate Crisis Is Crushing Australian Festivals

The Climate Crisis Is Crushing Australian Festivals

By Ben Green and Catherine Strong
Following a devastating week of extreme weather forcing the cancellation of Pitch, Australia's decimated live entertainment scene recalibrates.
Afghanistan’s Climate Crisis: Addressing Drivers of Conflict

Afghanistan’s Climate Crisis: Addressing Drivers of Conflict

By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
Helping Afghans deal with climate-induced emergencies could aid in addressing the drivers of unending conflict and instability in the long-term.

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