Australia and Tuvalu: The Complexities of Climate Refuge
By Grant Wyeth
While the new security agreement is built on unfortunate resignation about Tuvalu’s future, serious action on climate change has the ability to arrest its most brutal consequences.
Ahead of UN Vote, Vanuatu Says: We Must Fight for Climate Justice
By Jotham Napat and Patricia Scotland
If we value human rights and the rule of law, then we must fight for climate justice, argue Vanuatu's foreign minister and the Commonwealth's secretary-general.
Taking India’s Climate Migrants Seriously
By Nandan Sharalaya
In India, close to 1.5 million people are classified as internally displaced every year, many for climate change reasons.
Justice for Asia’s Climate Refugees
By Theiva Lingam
It’s time for governments to help those who have been displaced by a changing climate.
Climate Change and Migration in Pakistan
By Aymen Ijaz
Islamabad needs to start working on proper plans to handle the human impact of climate change.
The Change Luck City: Dhaka’s Climate Refugees
By Nellie Le Beau and Hugh Tuckfield
Displaced by climate change, almost half a million people flee to Bangladesh's capital every year.
Climate Crisis in Bangladesh
By Probal Rashid
Climate change has particularly profound implications for Bangladesh.