Powerful Typhoon Strikes North Philippines
By Jim Gomez and Aaron Favila
The most powerful typhoon to hit the Philippines this year slammed ashore in Burdeos town in Quezon province before nightfall on Sunday.
Southeast Asia’s Sinking Megacities
By Nicholas Muller
The coastal cities of Bangkok, Jakarta, and Ho Chi Minh City battle a common existential threat.
Southeast Asia’s Renewable Energy Puzzle
By James Guild
Renewable energy is a tough sell as long as regional states exert control over (and profit from) domestic fossil fuel resources.
What’s in ASEAN’s First State of Climate Change Report?
By Yosuke Arino and S.V.R.K. Prabhakar
The report outlines ASEAN’s plan to transition toward a resilient and net-zero emission world.
Window for Southeast Asian Climate Action Narrowing: Report
By Sebastian Strangio
The COVID-19 pandemic has provided a rare opportunity for the region to embark on a transition to greener forms of energy.
Southeast Asia and the ‘Just Transition’ to Clean Energy
By James Guild
Despite talk of a green transition, some Southeast Asian governments still have strong economic incentives to cling to fossil fuels.
No Taxation Without Climate Action
By David Hutt
As they grapple with COVID-19, Southeast Asian nations should not lose sight of the challenges posed by climate change.
The Young Activists Fighting Southeast Asia’s Climate Crisis
By Preeti Jha
From Yangon to Manila, young people are demanding their governments take immediate action on global warming.