With fears of energy rationing and rising electricity bills, farmers and livestock breeders opt for sustainability and self-sufficiency.
Analysis: Could the Afghan crisis derail climate action?
Will the Afghanistan crisis impact climate action?
Analysis: Central Asian drought highlights water vulnerability
As parts of the region experience the worst drought in 13 years, experts say Central Asian governments must urgently look at options to mitigate extreme weather events.
Analysis: Vietnam struggles to find solutions for extreme dry seasons in Mekong delta
Decades of intensive agriculture and water mismanagement have left the country in need of a radical overhaul of its water policies.
Analysis: The gaps in the global deal for nature
Despite improvements in the new draft, much work remains to strengthen the CBD’s biodiversity framework, as COP15 negotiations are further delayed.
Analysis: Is hydrogen the new oil?
Hydrogen may have lost the race to fuel electric cars but it looks a likely contender to replace fossil fuels in trucks, ships, planes and heavy industry.
Analysis: Can Inner Mongolia reach peak carbon this decade?
The region will need to change its industrial structure and energy mix to meet national carbon targets, requiring policy and financial support from central government.
Analysis: The foreign money in China’s booming coal industry
Analysis of data from a list of coal companies worldwide has exposed the extent of international finance for Chinese coal companies.
Analysis: Russia’s slow progress on climate action set to pick up speed
The need to bring Russia on board as a climate partner could help thaw icy EU–Russia relations.
Analysis: G7: old pledges rehashed
Despite big promises on climate change, very little was delivered at the G7 summit.