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Asia At Risk Amid Scientific Warnings of Heavier Rainfalls and Increasing Flood Risk

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Environmental Issues In Indonesia: A Growing Concern

Indonesia's mix of geographic location, large population and historically poor government environmental oversight have caused significant issues to grow over the last several decades. Now,...

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Air Pollution in India: Devastating Health Effects

India may be turning a corner towards improving its air pollution levels, despite the country being far from claiming victory over its deadly smog.

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Tropical Cyclone Remal in India and Bangladesh 2024 – Post Analysis

Coastal communities in the Bay of Bengal are on the front lines of intensifying cyclones fuelled by climate change.

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Sea Level Rise in the Maldives: A Nation on the Front Line

The Maldives is a low-lying island nation facing the brunt of climate change. Already, rising sea levels are impacting communities around the country. As the...

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Why the Rich Should Compensate for Biodiversity Loss and Damage in the Global South

Extraction and processing of materials like food, clothing, housing and infrastructure drive 90% of biodiversity loss and water stress. Rich countries rely significantly on resources...

Extreme Weather

Asia Battles Extreme Heatwave, Scientists Warn of More to Come

According to the World Weather Attribution group (WWA), the unprecedentedly high temperatures during the April-May heatwave have taken the lives of people from Gaza to...

Extreme Weather

Tropical Cyclone Remal in India and Bangladesh 2024 – Post Analysis

Coastal communities in the Bay of Bengal are on the front lines of intensifying cyclones fuelled by climate change.

Asia Battles Extreme Heatwave, Scientists Warn of More to Come

According to the World Weather Attribution group (WWA), the unprecedentedly high temperatures during the April-May heatwave have taken the lives of people from Gaza to...

Extreme Heat Driving Up Anxiety and Depression in Bangladesh

As Bangladesh faces worsening climate-driven extreme heat, health professionals in the country are increasingly concerned about anxiety and deteriorating mental health.

The Effects of Heatwaves in Asia Are Becoming More Severe

Consecutive years of extreme and deadly heatwaves mean Asia's vulnerable communities and groups need urgent protection from their dangers.

Asia Battles Extreme Heatwave, Scientists Warn of More to Come

Extreme Heat Driving Up Anxiety and Depression in Bangladesh

The Effects of Heatwaves in Asia Are Becoming More Severe

Global Temperature Rise: Where We Stand on the Path to 1.5°C

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Climate Change in Mexico: Impacts and Lacklustre Policies

Climate change has already impacted Mexico, and projections show that these impacts will grow during the coming century. However, Mexico's climate policy is inadequate, raising...

‘Heatflation’ is Driving Up Food Prices. What Can Be Done?

Heatflation is here, and vulnerable communities will suffer the most from rising food prices and undernourishment without collective global climate action.

Saudi Arabia’s Environmental Issues: At Odds With Fossil Fuels

Saudi Arabia is facing significant climate change-related issues, yet it is one of the world's top oil-producing countries. This juxtaposition will be a major economic...

Impact of Climate Change on Tourism

The tourism industry must embrace and embed climate change solutions to safeguard its own future from escalating impacts.

‘Heatflation’ is Driving Up Food Prices. What Can Be Done?

Saudi Arabia’s Environmental Issues: At Odds With Fossil Fuels

Impact of Climate Change on Tourism

The Declining Indian Fishing Industry and Climate Change’s Role

Climate Change’s Impacts on Himalayan Glaciers – Podcast

Attributions speaks with Finu Shrestha at ICIMOD about climate change's impacts on Himalayan glaciers and water security.

Universal Forest License Could Multiply Environmental Issues in Indonesia

Deforestation has long been one of the greatest environmental issues in Indonesia. The country’s biofuel drive threatens large areas of forests.

COP28: Band-Aid Solutions While Natural Ecosystems Are On Edge

At COP28, leaders demonstrated more ambition than any previous conference to date regarding natural ecosystem preservation. Yet, the feet dragging on the fossil fuel phaseout...

Asian Monsoon is Transforming Due to Climate Change and Pollution

The Asian monsoon is vital to safeguard harvests and water supplies and to generate energy. But, climate change is making it unpredictable.

Universal Forest License Could Multiply Environmental Issues in Indonesia

COP28: Band-Aid Solutions While Natural Ecosystems Are On Edge

Asian Monsoon is Transforming Due to Climate Change and Pollution

Can Wildlife Conservation Play a Role in Carbon Capture?

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EU Banks Financing the Destruction of Ecosystem

EU banks are pouring money into companies linked to the destruction of ecosystems and human rights abuses. Financial system reform is crucial to halt nature’s...

Air Pollution in Mexico: Challenges and Solutions

Air pollution has greatly improved in Mexico yet still remains a leading environmental, economic and environmental risk. The country's mix of industrialisation and poor rural...

The Indian Election, Public Policy and Climate Impacts – Podcast

Attributions speaks with ISB Professor Anjal Prakash about the Indian elections in the context of climate change and public policy.

ADB Loan Adds to Indonesia’s Coal Problem, New Investigation Finds 

According to a report by Inclusive Development International and other environmental and human rights groups, the vague terms of the ADB’s USD 600 million loan...