Building resilient climate infrastructure does require high-tech equipment, satellite links and real time transmission of data.
A new exhibition featuring works by nine Cambodian and French artists opens at the magnificent French Embassy on March 7, addressing Mother Earth’s urgent moment of need.
Science does not only offer stark warnings. It can also come up with many of the answers we so acutely need, as well as solutions to change our ways of living and operating.
The world is failing to protect children from the health dangers posed by climate change and poor diet, a landmark UN report said Wednesday, warning that every child is under “immediate threat”.
Several factors will determine whether the population will prosper as hoped
Numerous studies have shown that climate change is a major factor that modifies the geographic and temporal distribution of zoonotic virus animal hosts.
Strengthened by climate change, the Indian Ocean Dipole has made Australia drier while countries such as Kenya, Somalia and Ethiopia become wetter and more hospitable to desert locusts.
As Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi noted, climate change is one of the foremost global challenges of our times and also a highlight of China-EU cooperation.
Bill Bensley’s white paper on how the hotel industry can combat climate change.
The starkly opposed visions of Trump and Greta Thunberg clashed in Davos.
True, climate change cannot start a wildfire, or any fire for that matter. But the effects of climate change can exacerbate bushfires.
Nature does not just give us benefits, we are manifestly dependent upon it for our survival.
Industrialised countries developed using fossil fuels to grow their economies. But in an era of climate change, can developing countries such as India find another way?
The Sundarbans, a 10,000 km mangrove forest area, faces climate-change threats.
The UN’s 25th Climate Change Conference has drawn to a close in Madrid, leaving us with conflicting emotions.
Disappointment seems to have become the norm, rather than the exception, of the UN Climate Change Conference and Madrid has been no exception.
Paris Agreement was effectively an agreement to figure out a plan. Since then, the collective consciousness on climate change has shifted dramatically.
A split over the role of nuclear energy in fighting climate change nearly sank reform.
Trump is not a fan of climate finance. In fact it was one of his main excuses for pulling out of the Paris Agreement. But is escaping financial responsibility for global warming really that simple?
They all agree, but they won’t all agree to participate. The hypocritical deal on climate neutrality by 2050 reached at the EU summit demonstrates how isolated Germany is on this issue
Cambodia is very concerned about the effects of climate change: Samal.
A new group of auto enthusiasts has sprung up in Germany that sees itself as a more rational alternative to the young climate protesters flooding the streets. It wants to battle climate change — without giving up cars.
As the planet heats up, so does the debate about climate change. Sensible debate is becoming increasingly difficult in these fearful times, and people with rational arguments are at a disadvantage.
Sous Yara, Mak Bunthoeurn and Yong Heng discuss what young people can do to address climate change.
A New York judge sided with Exxon Mobil in a closely-watched environmental case.
Analysts said leaders of developing Asian countries attending the United Nations climate summit in Madrid are likely to focus on two key areas.
Climate change is the greatest threat faced by the world in history, according to a 26-country survey released by the Pew Research Center. The United Nations has called climate change as the “defining issue of our time” and we are at its defining moment.
In yet another warning of the increasingly dire climate change situation the world is now facing, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said there is a danger global warming could pass the “point of no return”.
Climate-related catastrophes such as floods and forest fires are driving millions of people from their homes every year, said anti-poverty nongovernmental organisation (NGO) Oxfam.
Confronted with a climate crisis threatening civilisation itself, humanity must choose between hope and surrender, UN chief Antonio Guterres told the opening plenary of a UN climate conference Monday.