We need social protection programs that address the social consequences of natural disasters.
ETSs have enormous potential to help countries achieve their national climate goals, and reduce emissions in a cost-effective manner if interlinked with each other.
The new mechanism in the deal against climate change can generate momentum for market-based instruments to encourage low-carbon growth.
The importance of women benefiting from climate change mitigation efforts in Southeast Asia becomes clearer by the day.
The Philippines' pledge to address climate change is ambitious, but the question is whether or not it will translate into an actual investment plan.
Asian judiciaries are setting the global benchmark on legal climate action through their work on cases with environmental implications.
In Paris, ministers have been given all of the ingredients for forging a global climate deal. It is now up to them to deliver a balanced and equitable agreement that protects the future of the planet.
Now is the time for the PRC to make carbon capture storage the cornerstone of its policy to deliver on the government’s UNFCCC pledge of peaking emissions by 2030.
The spike in climate-related disasters is linked not only to people’s increased exposure and vulnerability, but also to changes in temperature and rainfall from rising greenhouse gases.
Asian countries threatened by natural hazards can learn from Mexico’s experience with its disaster fund and risk management strategy, including multi-catastrophe bonds.