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India’s New Climate Target: Paris-Compliant, But Not Much More
August 05, 2022

India’s New Climate Target: Paris-Compliant, But Not Much More

By Tarun Gopalakrishnan
It remains ambitious on renewable energy expansion but moves away from its 2.5-billion-ton forest carbon sequestration target.

Pakistan’s Deadly Floods Are an Annual Occurrence
August 03, 2022

Pakistan’s Deadly Floods Are an Annual Occurrence

By Somaiyah Hafeez
Why does Karachi flood almost every year during the monsoon season?
Solar Energy Project Leaves Uzbek Women in the Dark
August 03, 2022

Solar Energy Project Leaves Uzbek Women in the Dark

By Nina Lesikhina
Solar energy may be a great solution to the climate change problem, but local communities must benefit first. 

Climate Change Takes Toll on Fruit Farming in South Waziristan
July 29, 2022

Climate Change Takes Toll on Fruit Farming in South Waziristan

By Mansoor Ali
In the former Federally Administered Tribal Areas, a lack of rain is decimating crops – and the local economy.

Despite Disaster, 35 Deaths, Hindu Religious Pilgrimage in Kashmir Continues
July 26, 2022

Despite Disaster, 35 Deaths, Hindu Religious Pilgrimage in Kashmir Continues

By Tarushi Aswani
Assiduously promoting the Amarnath yatra as religious tourism, the government has recklessly raised the number of pilgrims stomping through this fragile environment.

New Research Raises Doubts Over Indian Government’s Clean Ganga Mission
July 25, 2022

New Research Raises Doubts Over Indian Government’s Clean Ganga Mission

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
The study reveals that despite the implementation of several schemes for cleaning the Ganga River, its lower reaches remain the most polluted.

China’s Nascent Green Hydrogen Sector
July 25, 2022

China’s Nascent Green Hydrogen Sector

By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Nis Grünberg.
Flooding in India’s Northeast Reveals Weakness of the Act East Policy
July 20, 2022

Flooding in India’s Northeast Reveals Weakness of the Act East Policy

By Angshuman Choudhury
The historic floods show that India’s Act East Policy urgently needs to deal with disaster mitigation and resilience.

What Is China’s Role in Central Asia’s Changing Climate?
July 20, 2022

What Is China’s Role in Central Asia’s Changing Climate?

By Wilder Alejandro Sánchez
As climate change hits Central Asia, China needs to be a team player regarding water.

China, Climate Dominate Pacific Islands Forum Meeting
July 16, 2022

China, Climate Dominate Pacific Islands Forum Meeting

By Patricia O’Brien
The U.S. and Australia cannot meaningfully counter China’s rising influence without addressing the Pacific Islands’ top concern.

Vietnam’s Ecological Leninism
July 14, 2022

Vietnam’s Ecological Leninism

By David Hutt
The country's ruling Communist Party is committed to environmental action – but only under its own leadership.
South Korea’s Reforestation Campaign
November 01, 2021

South Korea’s Reforestation Campaign

By Yong Kwon
Can Seoul’s decades-old effort serve as a model for fighting climate change today?

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