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Japan Looks for Missing After Typhoon Hagibis Kills Dozens
October 14, 2019

Japan Looks for Missing After Typhoon Hagibis Kills Dozens

By Jae C. Hong and Yuri Kageyama
Typhoon Hagibis unleashed torrents of rain and strong winds this weekend in central and northern Japan.

The Young Activists Fighting Southeast Asia’s Climate Crisis
October 11, 2019

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.
Can Southeast Asia Ditch Coal?
October 02, 2019

Can Southeast Asia Ditch Coal?

By Preeti Jha
Rising anti-coal movements, shifting finances and the growth of renewable energy could help end the region’s reliance on coal.

Amid Climate Strikes, Indian Protesters Ask: ‘What About the Coal?’
October 02, 2019

Amid Climate Strikes, Indian Protesters Ask: ‘What About the Coal?’

By Vishal Yashoda
How can India wean itself off its reliance on fossil fuels—particularly coal?

In Pakistan’s Thar Desert, Opposition to New Coal Projects Grows
September 26, 2019

In Pakistan’s Thar Desert, Opposition to New Coal Projects Grows

By Rabiya Jaffery
“Pakistan’s future cannot be coal.”

Climate Strike in Hazy Kuala Lumpur
September 23, 2019

Climate Strike in Hazy Kuala Lumpur

By Alexandra Radu
This weekend Malaysians marched in a Global Climate Strike drawing attention to regional environmental degradation.

Japan Considering Dumping Radioactive Water Into Pacific Ocean
September 21, 2019

Japan Considering Dumping Radioactive Water Into Pacific Ocean

By Thisanka Siripala
Lawmakers attempt to justify releasing contaminated water stored at Fukushima nuclear power plant into the ocean.
Can Contested Carbon Offsets Save Southeast Asia’s Forests?
September 18, 2019

Can Contested Carbon Offsets Save Southeast Asia’s Forests?

By Preeti Jha
A closer look at a key component of the region's fight against the climate crisis.

Southeast Asia Haze: Mass Arrest in Indonesia Amid Raging Forest Fires
September 16, 2019

Southeast Asia Haze: Mass Arrest in Indonesia Amid Raging Forest Fires

By Associated Press
Authorities have arrested 185 people suspected of starting forest fires spreading haze around the region.

Oil Spilling Into the Java Sea
September 16, 2019

Oil Spilling Into the Java Sea

By Agoes Rudianto
In July, oil began bubbling to the surface of the Java Sea and washing ashore, slicking beaches black.

Elephant Roadkill: Thailand Grapples With Pachyderms on the Pavement
September 06, 2019

Elephant Roadkill: Thailand Grapples With Pachyderms on the Pavement

By Tyler Roney
Long-term solutions may require more severe measures than road signs, namely, wildlife corridors.
Mumbai's Last Jungle Under Threat
September 06, 2019

Mumbai's Last Jungle Under Threat

By Angel L Martínez Cantera
A metro project threatens one of the city’s last green spaces and the tribal people who live there.

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