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Sikkim Glaciers Melting Faster Than Other Himalayan Regions
April 06, 2020

Sikkim Glaciers Melting Faster Than Other Himalayan Regions

By StoriesAsia
Glaciers in the small Indian state are experiencing a massive threat.
On China, COVID-19, and Coal
April 03, 2020

On China, COVID-19, and Coal

By Antti Tulonen
Can the EU convince China not to lean on coal for its economic recovery from the COVID-19 crisis?

South Korea Aims for Environmental Leadership Through Green Free Trade Agreements
April 02, 2020

South Korea Aims for Environmental Leadership Through Green Free Trade Agreements

By Annie Young Song
Environmental chapters in South Korea’s FTAs represent a way of demonstrating environmental leadership at low costs – a strategy that could be replicated in other emerging economies.

China’s Mekong Security Role in the Headlines with New Joint Patrols
March 31, 2020

China’s Mekong Security Role in the Headlines with New Joint Patrols

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The latest patrols spotlighted China’s efforts to boost security collaboration with Mekong states despite the challenges that remain.

Vietnam’s Big Air Pollution Challenge
March 30, 2020

Vietnam’s Big Air Pollution Challenge

By Thang Nam Do
Bold action is needed to address the country’s problem.
Thailand’s Big Water Challenge
March 23, 2020

Thailand’s Big Water Challenge

By Kanokwan Manorom
Water shortages remain a huge problem for the Southeast Asian country.

China’s Largest Insurer Must Walk Its Climate Talk
March 20, 2020

China’s Largest Insurer Must Walk Its Climate Talk

By Peter Bosshard
If Ping An really wants to be an “active global influencer,” it needs to rethink its coal insurance policies.
China’s ‘Development Approach’ to the Mekong Water Disputes
March 20, 2020

China’s ‘Development Approach’ to the Mekong Water Disputes

By Zhang Hongzhou
China’s solution to the Mekong’s problems is the same as its approach to most nontraditional security issues: increase development.

Of Film and Adventure in Mainland Southeast Asia
March 18, 2020

Of Film and Adventure in Mainland Southeast Asia

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with travel writer, journalist, and Hollywood filmmaker Nick Ray

Japan’s 3/11 Recovery Stalled by Fukushima Decommissioning Delays
March 13, 2020

Japan’s 3/11 Recovery Stalled by Fukushima Decommissioning Delays

By Thisanka Siripala
Delays in dismantling the disaster-stricken nuclear power complex cast doubt on whether recovery goals will move forward according to schedule.

Japan’s Space Dream? Cleaning Up the Mess.
March 04, 2020

Japan’s Space Dream? Cleaning Up the Mess.

By Thisanka Siripala
Japan aims to pioneer the niche market of clearing out space debris.
Who Will Save Luang Prabang?
March 04, 2020

Who Will Save Luang Prabang?

By Tom Fawthrop
The World Heritage site in Laos is endangered by mega-projects and Mekong dams.

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