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How China’s Extreme Weather Summer Is Affecting Its Security
September 23, 2022

How China’s Extreme Weather Summer Is Affecting Its Security

By Genevieve Donnellon-May and Zhang Hongzhou
Climate shocks are impacting China’s energy, water, and food security ambitions.

Climate Migration: Indian Kids Find Hope in a New Language
September 22, 2022

Climate Migration: Indian Kids Find Hope in a New Language

By Aniruddha Ghosal
In the past decade, the number of climate migrants in India has been growing. 
Powering China’s Nuclear Ambitions
September 20, 2022

Powering China’s Nuclear Ambitions

By Genevieve Donnellon-May
Xi’s trip to Kazakhstan – the world's largest uranium exporter – is another step forward in Beijing’s plans to scale up its nuclear energy sector.

How Will Tokyo’s Solar Panel Mandate Handle Allegations of Forced Labor in China?
September 19, 2022

How Will Tokyo’s Solar Panel Mandate Handle Allegations of Forced Labor in China?

By Daisuke Akimoto
Tokyo’s metropolitan government is requiring new construction to use solar panels, but the industry’s reliance on parts from Xinjiang poses a thorny moral dilemma.

Are ‘Water Wars’ Coming to Asia?
September 17, 2022

Are ‘Water Wars’ Coming to Asia?

By Genevieve Donnellon-May
Climate change-induced water loss in the Tibetan Plateau further challenges water security from Central to Southeast Asia.

How China Is Responding to Its Water Woes
September 07, 2022

How China Is Responding to Its Water Woes

By Genevieve Donnellon-May
The scorching heatwave in southwest China in August laid bare the country’s many interrelated water security challenges.

Kazakh President Tokayev Visits Northern Region Affected by Wildfires
September 06, 2022

Kazakh President Tokayev Visits Northern Region Affected by Wildfires

By Catherine Putz
Forest fires in northern Kazakhstan were brought under control but demonstrate serious future risks as temperatures rise and droughts intensify.
Aid Pours into Pakistan; Deaths From Floods Cross 1,200 Mark
September 02, 2022

Aid Pours into Pakistan; Deaths From Floods Cross 1,200 Mark

By Munir Ahmed
So far, Pakistan has received aid from China, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Turkey, Uzbekistan, U.A.E. and other countries. 

Where are South Asia’s Green Parties?
September 01, 2022

Where are South Asia’s Green Parties?

By Bilal Ahmad Tantray
Pakistan’s floods highlight the dire risks of climate change in South Asia, so why is there so little Green politics in the region?

G20 Environment Ministers in Bali Spur Global Climate Action
August 31, 2022

G20 Environment Ministers in Bali Spur Global Climate Action

By Fadlan Syam and Niniek Karmini
"We are actually in a climate crisis position, no longer just climate change," Indonesia’s environment minister said.

How China’s Coal Commitment Went up in Smoke
August 31, 2022

How China’s Coal Commitment Went up in Smoke

By Bonnie Girard
The flip-flop on coal policy makes it clear that China’s climate goals take a backseat to energy security and self-sufficiency.
Pakistan’s Fatal Flooding Has Hallmarks of Warming
August 30, 2022

Pakistan’s Fatal Flooding Has Hallmarks of Warming

By Seth Borenstein and Sibi Arasu
The disaster is hitting a poor country that has contributed relatively little to the world's climate problem.

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