How China-Russia Relations Are Impacting COP28
By Daria Kurushina
Will China cut fossil fuels – a key part of its partnership with Russia – in favor of the new climate milestone?
Bhopal’s Endless Health Crisis
By Nicholas Muller
Nearly 40 years after the world’s worst industrial disaster, scores of victims still suffer with little recourse.
Wind in the Sails of Renewables in Kazakhstan
By Catherine Putz
Astana signs yet another wind farm deal, this time with COP28 host UAE’s Masdar for the development of a 1 gigawatt wind power project.
Australian Wildfires: Is the Term ‘Bushfire’ Out of Date?
By Helen Bromhead
Fires are changing so does that mean the way we refer to them should too? It could soon be a hot topic.
Cambodian PM Affirms Ban on Mekong Hydropower Projects
By Sebastian Strangio
Hun Manet also announced the official cancellation of the $1.5 billion, 700-megawatt coal power plant.
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.
Keeping Asia’s Net-Zero Dream Alive
By Tamara Amalia
Developed nations need to take four concrete steps at COP28 to advance the renewable energy transformation in the Asia-Pacific.
Extinguishing a Point of Contention: Examining Transboundary Haze in Southeast Asia
By Lauren Mai
The region's toxic air pollution is a regional problem requiring a coordinated regional solution.
New Zealand’s New Government Will Have Its First Diplomatic Test at COP28
By Geoffrey Miller
New Zealand has a new National-led government. What is its strategy for COP28 in Dubai?
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.
Indian Rescuers Prepare to Drill to Reach 40 Workers Trapped in a Tunnel
By Biswajeet Banerjee
A landslide in the under-construction mountain road in the Himalayan state of Uttarakhand resulted in the collapse of the tunnel.
Offshore Wind in the South China Sea: A Counter-Salami Slicing Strategy for Vietnam
By Shambhu Sajith
Vietnam could achieve two goals at once by pursuing advanced clean energy technology and solidifying its claims in the South China Sea.