Catastrophic rains, urban flooding and warmer temperatures are forecasted for Southeast Asia in the next few decades. Is the region prepared? Water experts suggest that reconnecting with nature is one key way to cope.
Everyone from global leaders to activists has criticised the US President's decision to withdraw the country from the Paris Agreement, undoing years of global climate negotiations and putting the planet's future at risk.
After UN negotiators meet in Bonn this week and next to move the Paris Agreement forward, the World Bank will host “Innovate4Climate”, a meeting designed to get money flowing towards the goals laid out in the global climate pact.
Three years away from deadline, the world's second-largest emitter has no plan yet for how to meet its 2020 climate target. Here's what the US, and fellow major emitters Russia and Japan, have been up to.
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Will Singapore's new carbon tax make power producers invest more in energy efficient assets, or will it result in higher electricity prices for consumers? NTU's Sanjay C. Kuttan outlines ways to make this work.
Al Gore is back on the silver screen in An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power, angrier and more lionised than before. But the narrative spun around his role and climate action worldwide ignores an inconvenient truth: climate justice.
There's no telling how strict national regulations on greenhouse gas emissions will be in the future, but it might be less costly for the electricity industry—and the environment—if they invested in carbon-free electricity now, says MIT's Jennifer Morris.
Dutch manufacturing company AkzoNobel and sustainability media firm Eco-Business held the inaugural Cities:Possibilities forum on 8 November 2016. Read this outcome report for highlights from this insightful dialogue.