Inspired by the environmental epic “Avatar: The Way of Water”, James Borton of Johns Hopkins University recalls his time with the fisherfolk of Cu Lao Cham in Vietnam
Researchers present concerning data on microplastics in humans as more Indonesians consume fish as part of their diet, increasing their exposure to contaminants
A landmark sustainable floating city pilot in the South Korean port of Busan is likely to be a major step forward for effective climate adaptation
Countries need to reconcile to enable the world to address such existential challenges as climate change, writes Raymond Lam of Buddhistdoor Global
The United Nations Biodiversity Conference in Montréal concluded on December 19 with a milestone agreement for global action on nature conservation through to 2030
Calling people displaced by the impact of global warming “climate refugees” oversimplifies the complex reasons people flee their homes
Without an urgent reset to the pro-growth economic orthodoxy, the planetary immune system for the survival of all species will break down
Nations can quit coal in a rapid, just and orderly manner but to do so, they need a coordinated mix of policies
Beijing’s plans to build a hydropower dam in Tibet have sparked fears in Delhi. Oxford's Genevieve Donnellon-May proposes a joint river-basin governance framework
While fossil fuels will remain central to many economies, targets must include plans, finance and technology to reduce energy consumption and emissions.
With economic pain worsening, a new solution for developing countries facing difficulties funding climate action is gaining traction.
Frank Jotzo of Australian National University and Wesley Morgan of Griffith University consider the challenges and opportunities of the global climate talks.
An outline of efforts to address the environmental disaster and mitigate the risks.
Investors are much less willing to pay a premium for shares of firms with low carbon risk.
The debate in Japan over nuclear power has heated up.
A summary of lessons learned from climate governance in ASEAN.
Countries in the region should focus on the opportunities offered by science diplomacy.
The proliferation of wild boar in Hong Kong, mainland China and worldwide is prompting policies to control them and head off a potentially major threat to human health.