Typhoons in the Philippines Cripple Development and the Poor

Typhoons in the Philippines are crippling the country and as climate change worsens their impacts, the country is facing a daunting future.

Malaysia’s Indigenous Batek and Deforestation from Palm Oil – Podcast

James Whitlow Delano speaks about his decades covering the impact of deforestation from palm oil on Malaysia's Indigenous Batek peoples.

Deforestation in Malaysia and the Fading Lives of Its Indigenous Peoples

The extensive deforestation in Malaysia, mostly for palm oil, is immensely impacting the livelihoods of the remaining Indigenous peoples of Southeast Asia.

For the Pacific Islands, Climate Change Loss and Damage Is Consequential

Loss and damage for the Pacific Islands could be a lifeline as climate change's impacts intensify and affect communities across the islands.

Oil Spill in the Philippines Devastates Communities and Marine Life

A massive oil spill in the Philippines has damaged pristine marine ecosystems and impacted the livelihoods and food sources of thousands of residents.