How to Green Malaysian Electricity
By Paul Pryce
Malaysia continues to be one of the biggest greenhouse gas emitters in ASEAN. What can Kuala Lumpur do?
Powering Asia’s Renewable Revolution
By Anthony Kleven
Though there is growing optimism, getting past challenges will not be easy.
Taiwan Should Be Part of Global Fight Against Climate Change
By James K.J. Lee
Taiwan has been left out of UN discussions on climate change, harming global efforts to reduce emissions.
Green Finance: A Strategic Imperative for China
By Deborah Lehr
China's "green financing" could be the key to making sure the Paris agreement comes to fruition.
Time for the US to Start a RIMPAC for Climate Change
By Emanuel Pastreich
The Pacific Command can play a critical role in the green revolution, and create momentum for peace.
The Top Ten Stories in South Asia, 2015
By Alyssa Ayres
A look back at the stories that mattered most.
The COP21 Deal: What Does It Mean for Asia?
By Nithin Coca
Asian countries played a major role in Paris, and will remain at the forefront of climate change issues.
China Rejects Accusations of Stonewalling Climate Talks
By Shannon Tiezzi
Plus, PLA reforms, Chinese students in the U.S., and rumors of a second Chinese base in Africa. Friday links.
An Evolution in China’s Climate Diplomacy
By Yu Jie
"China’s negotiating strategy at UN climate talks has evolved considerably in the past 20 years."
Asia-Pacific: Taking on Climate Change
By Shamshad Akhtar
The Intended Nationally Determined Contributions can only be considered as a starting point.
No Seat at the Table: Taiwan and the Global Fight Against Climate Change
By Michelle Winglee
Taiwan is making its own moves to fight climate change.
South Asian Leaders Meet on Sidelines of Paris Climate Talks
By Catherine Putz
The leaders of Afghanistan and India met separately with the Pakistani Prime Minister, not much happened.