Rising Tides, Rising Solutions: Tuvalu’s Innovative Climate Adaptation Strategies
By John Augé
Ahead of COP28, the world can learn from Tuvalu’s unique approach to the existential threat of climate change.
Indonesia’s Drowning Land
By Garry Lotulung
Sea level rises are often spoken about as a potential future impact of climate change. But on the Indonesian island of Java, they are already threatening millions.
How to Save Thailand and Malaysia From Rising Sea Levels
By Piyali Banergee
A recent meeting between the nations' leaders was a missed opportunity to address one of the most pressing challenges of the coming century.
Bangladesh Bears the Cost of Climate Change
By Julhas Alam and Aniruddha Ghosal
A country of about 160 million, Bangladesh has historically contributed a fraction of the world's emissions but is being devastated by climate change.
Kiribati Announces Plans to Raise Islands Above Rising Seas
By Joshua Mcdonald
As climate change and sea level rise threaten to inundate Kiribati, its government has proposed a radical new plan to raise the islands.
In the Indian Sundarbans, the Sea Is Coming
By Nicholas Muller
Across the world’s largest delta, island communities bear the brunt of the climate crisis.
Near Disaster: Gwadar’s Little Village Faces a Crumbling Coastline
By Mariyam Suleman
As the climate emergency brings rising seas, Gwadar’s Ganz village is losing the battle after centuries of existence.
The Environmental Consequences of India’s Growth Model
By Gaurav Daga
India seems unprepared for the potential environmental outcomes of its development policies.
Will Climate Change Spark Conflict in Bangladesh?
By M. Sophia Newman
A changing climate appears likely to wreak havoc on one of the world’s poorest countries in the coming decades.