Progress towards the construction of a China-funded coal power plant in Gwadar raises questions about the climate pledges of both China and Pakistan.
Analysis: New pipelines will fragment Assam’s protected forests, say environmentalists
Nearly 3,000 trees are to be felled during the construction of oil and gas pipelines in northeast India, in protected areas that are home to endangered species such as the western hoolock gibbon and white-winged duck.
Analysis: Coal extraction in Indonesia is driving deforestation
Experts call for stronger land use planning as the extent of Indonesian forest loss is revealed.
Analysis: Kenya’s energy transition risks being derailed by human rights failures
Integrating human rights into renewable projects will make the energy transition fairer and faster.
Analysis: COP27 – The ghost of Loss and Damage comes back to haunt UN climate talks
Negotiators fail to make progress at COP27.
Analysis: Adapting China to extreme weather
Climate adaptation of industry and infrastructure is a matter of national concern after extreme weather battered China’s manufacturing centres this summer.
Analysis: The next king of the UK is a passionate advocate for climate action
Will King Charles III carry on his climate passion in his role as king?
Analysis: Climate change drives down yields and nutrition of Indian crops
Rising temperatures and weather fluctuations may drive hunger and malnutrition in India unless the country acts urgently.
Analysis: Kenya’s electric vehicle market is raring to go
The East African country’s emerging EV market is beginning to attract world-leading car companies and local start-ups.
Analysis: Bhutan ramps up its solar ambitions
Bhutan plans to harness 300 MW of solar energy within the next two years as it seeks to diversify its grid.