South Asia’s Climate Crisis Demands Action, Not Just Pledges
By Hamael Kashif
Despite contributing very little to the problem, South Asia’s climate challenges are stark – and so far, the promised help has largely failed to materialize.
Xie Zhenhua’s Swan Song Amid the Geopolitics of COP28
By Sacha Shaw
This year’s United Nations climate change conference is expected to be the last for China’s veteran climate envoy.
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.