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Central Asia’s Water Crisis Is Already Here

Central Asia’s Water Crisis Is Already Here

By Jahan Taganova, Anna Shabanova-Serdechna, and Niginakhon Saida
What will it take for Central Asian states to sustainably adapt to climate change, particularly the regional water crisis that is already underway?
Women Bear the Brunt of Asia’s Climate Failures

Women Bear the Brunt of Asia’s Climate Failures

By Gabriela Fernando and Samanthi Gunawardana
What does the future hold for the millions of women left to work in Asia's agriculture sector battling a climate in collapse?

Afghanistan Left out of Global Climate Change Conversation

Afghanistan Left out of Global Climate Change Conversation

By Shanthie Mariet D’Souza
Afghanistan under the Taliban was once again shunned from the COP28 climate change conference.

A Disappointed Pacific Watches COP28 Unfold

A Disappointed Pacific Watches COP28 Unfold

By Dechlan Brennan
For the island nations of the Pacific, the threat of rising sea levels due to climate change is already a reality. 

Breaking Down the $20 Billion in Indonesia’s Just Energy Transition Partnership

Breaking Down the $20 Billion in Indonesia’s Just Energy Transition Partnership

By James Guild
The financing terms on offer from the U.S., Japan, and the European Union fall short of a strong commitment to the country's decarbonization.
Multiple Climate Reports Warn of Water Conflict in South Asia

Multiple Climate Reports Warn of Water Conflict in South Asia

By Snigdhendu Bhattacharya
The region is expected to suffer the most significant impacts of changing water availability this century. Yet tight-fisted governments are quibbling at COP28 over climate financing.

Australian Wildfires: Is the Term ‘Bushfire’ Out of Date?

Australian Wildfires: Is the Term ‘Bushfire’ Out of Date?

By Helen Bromhead
Fires are changing so does that mean the way we refer to them should too? It could soon be a hot topic.
Can the PIF Leaders’ Meeting Break the Cycle After Another Climate Fund Setback?

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

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

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

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?

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. 

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