Why India Is Key to a Climate Change Agreement in Paris
By Raymond E. Vickery Jr.
After a Court Order, Pakistan Will Have to Clamp Down on Climate Change
By Ankit Panda
Can China and the US Stop Climate Change?
By Shannon Tiezzi
Climate Change Could Lead to the Disappearance of 1,500 Indonesian Islands
By J.T. Quigley
What China's Energy Trajectory Says About Climate Change
By Daniel J. Graeber
New Zealand “Climate Change Refugee” Rejected By High Court
Ioane Teitiota’s bid for asylum fails to set precedent after third and final refutation.
Killer Smog: East Asia, India, Southeast Asia Top Global Air Pollution
Study: More than two million deaths a year are attributed to poor air quality.
Norway's Arctic Power Play, Asia Dream
Could climate change and a receding polar ice cap open new opportunities for Norway in Asia?
Saving Malaysia’s Last Great Rainforests
Malaysia’ officials wage a war of words over the country’s rainforests. Will politics save them?
The New Great Game: The Arctic Ocean
The warming of the Arctic could change several nations’ geostrategic calculations.
China Holds Key to Climate Change
Progress over climate change depends largely on the actions individual major carbon emitters, particularly China – not U.N. summits. But is the political courage there to exact change?
Are Huntsman, Romney Serious?
It’s possible to disagree with “serious and sensible” candidates. Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman are cases in point.