A new report by the International Energy Agency (IEA) shows that Asia's investment in coal is falling while interest in renewables is growing. But can Southeast Asia, home to the world's largest coal exporter, truly go coal-free?
The US$550m project has been welcomed by Greenpeace as an alternative energy source to coal, the darling of energy-hungry Indonesia's growth ambitions. But questions remain about the project's environmental and social impact.
At the frontline of climate change – Sagar Island at the confluence of the Ganga and the Bay of Bengal – is losing the battle to sea level rise, coastal erosion, tidal surges and increasingly violent cyclones.