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No Taxation Without Climate Action
October 15, 2020

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.

India’s Cities Need Green Infrastructure Financing
October 13, 2020

India’s Cities Need Green Infrastructure Financing

By Soumyadip Chattopadhay
The time is ripe for a new system to narrow down sustainable urban infrastructure financing gaps.
US Military Bases Are Poisoning Okinawa
October 12, 2020

US Military Bases Are Poisoning Okinawa

By Jon Mitchell
The U.S. military has contaminated the drinking water for almost half-a-million Japanese – but Japanese authorities can’t do anything about it.

Could Bangladesh and Pakistan Make Waves by Cooperating on Climate Change?
October 09, 2020

Could Bangladesh and Pakistan Make Waves by Cooperating on Climate Change?

By Kashoon Leeza
Cooperation around climate change could also pave way for normalization of relations between both countries.

Japan Seeks to Boost Catch Limits of Prized Bluefin Tuna
October 07, 2020

Japan Seeks to Boost Catch Limits of Prized Bluefin Tuna

By Associated Press
Demand for bluefin tuna is such that any progress in restoring its depleted population draws pressure for bigger catches.

Will the Suga Administration Step Up Japan’s Climate Change Leadership?
October 06, 2020

Will the Suga Administration Step Up Japan’s Climate Change Leadership?

By Thisanka Siripala
Without specific decarbonization measures, Japan’s commitment to a post-COVID green recovery remains unclear under the Suga administration.

Fiji’s Bainimarama Makes Pacific Plea for Multilateralism
October 06, 2020

Fiji’s Bainimarama Makes Pacific Plea for Multilateralism

By Grant Wyeth
From COVID-19 to climate change, the most pressing global issues – and those of most concern to Pacific states – are best served by collective action.
UN Raises Human Rights Concerns Over Proposed Mine in PNG
October 05, 2020

UN Raises Human Rights Concerns Over Proposed Mine in PNG

By Joshua Mcdonald
Papua New Guinea has a troubling history of foreign mining companies destroying the ecosystem locals depend on. 

Gwadar: Fishermen Protest Broken Promises Again
October 02, 2020

Gwadar: Fishermen Protest Broken Promises Again

By Mariyam Suleman
The construction of East Bay Expressway is once again raising fears amongst Gwadar’s indigenous population.

China Announces Aggressive Climate Targets at United Nations
September 25, 2020

China Announces Aggressive Climate Targets at United Nations

By Steven Stashwick
Xi Jinping pledges China will be carbon neutral by 2060 in a bid to soften China's global image.

China’s New Carbon Neutrality Commitment Will Affect Global Energy Security
September 23, 2020

China’s New Carbon Neutrality Commitment Will Affect Global Energy Security

By Niharika Tagotra
President Xi’s announcement yesterday at the U.N. General Assembly will have economic as well as geopolitical ramifications.
The China Climate Challenge
September 18, 2020

The China Climate Challenge

By Scott Moore
What are the prospects for renewed U.S.-China cooperation on climate issues?

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