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Meghalaya’s Living Root Bridges are Headed for Global Recognition
April 16, 2022

Meghalaya’s Living Root Bridges are Headed for Global Recognition

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
The bridges have been included in UNESCO’s tentative list of World Heritage Sites.
This Is Australia’s Climate Change Election
April 12, 2022

This Is Australia’s Climate Change Election

By Patricia O’Brien
It is not just the Pacific region angered by Prime Minister Morrison’s unchanged coal-loving stance. Next month, he will have to answer to the Australian electorate on this critical issue.

Offshore Wind Power May Be the Key to Japan’s Energy Security
April 06, 2022

Offshore Wind Power May Be the Key to Japan’s Energy Security

By Daisuke Akimoto
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has forced the Japanese government to confront its energy sufficiency woes. Speeding up the development of offshore wind power is one solution.

Morrison Failed Australians on Climate. Will It Cost Him the Next Election?
April 01, 2022

Morrison Failed Australians on Climate. Will It Cost Him the Next Election?

By Joshua Mcdonald
Given disastrous bushfires, floods, and global humiliation on climate policy during Morrison’s tenure, it’s possible Australians will be ready to make a shift.

How South Korea Can Wean Itself off Russian Fossil Fuels
March 31, 2022

How South Korea Can Wean Itself off Russian Fossil Fuels

By Troy Stangarone
With the prospect of further disruptions from the war to energy supplies, South Korea should take a serious look at its own energy vulnerabilities.
For Climate Migrants, Bangladesh Offers Promising Alternatives
March 30, 2022

For Climate Migrants, Bangladesh Offers Promising Alternatives

By Julhus Alam
Its government has invested in climate-resilient infrastructure and job creation in towns like Mongla to attract at-risk people from low-lying areas.

Why India’s Renewable Push Will be a ‘Gargantuan Task’
March 24, 2022

Why India’s Renewable Push Will be a ‘Gargantuan Task’

By Anupam Nath and Aniruddha Ghosal
Big solar and wind facilities are sparking conflicts with local communities as land ownership is fuzzy at many project sites.
Samsung Presents Green Image Abroad But Remains a Climate Villain at Home
March 18, 2022

Samsung Presents Green Image Abroad But Remains a Climate Villain at Home

By Daul Jang
Green pledges overseas are of little use when more than 70 percent of Samsung’s total electricity consumption occurs in South Korea, fueled primarily by coal and gas.

‘Rain Bomb’ and Floods Inundate Eastern Australia
March 16, 2022

‘Rain Bomb’ and Floods Inundate Eastern Australia

By Joshua Mcdonald
Brisbane and nearby communities experienced some of the worst flooding on record, with some residents wondering if its worth rebuilding as climate change worsens weather conditions.

Rising Tensions in Palk Bay Over Fishing Rights
March 09, 2022

Rising Tensions in Palk Bay Over Fishing Rights

By Sudha Ramachandran
The conflict between Sri Lankan Tamil fishermen and their ethnic kin in Tamil Nadu in India hits rough weather yet again.

Hydropower Dams Have Had ‘Profound’ Impact on Mekong River, Monitor Claims
March 08, 2022

Hydropower Dams Have Had ‘Profound’ Impact on Mekong River, Monitor Claims

By Sebastian Strangio
A year of data from the Mekong Dam Monitor shows the extent of the impact on Southeast Asia's longest river.
IPCC Report Sounds Alarm Bell for Asia’s Mountains
March 04, 2022

IPCC Report Sounds Alarm Bell for Asia’s Mountains

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
For the first time in 27 years, an entire chapter of the IPCC report focuses on global warming’s impact on mountains.

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