climate change

The rise of extremes

Across Southasia, COVID-19 has exacerbated inequality and overshadowed climate change.

| Dec 04, 2020

Letter from Karachi: For a place in the shade

Shade is increasingly becoming a luxury in Karachi's public spaces.

| May 17, 2019

Change and dispossession

Lack of data prevents a planned response to climate change in the Karnali river basin.

| Aug 12, 2016

Coal cauldron

Will democratic Myanmar be fueled by dirty energy?

| Jun 01, 2016

Anti-politics of climate change

Depoliticisation of climate change undermines the historic reasons that made Bangladesh vulnerable to it.

| Sep 28, 2015

The tenuous future of climate migrants

India needs to look beyond its security paradigm in dealing with climate migrants from Bangladesh.

Razors, the mig and climate change

Without climate change to blame, we would have had to take responsibility for our actions.

| Oct 01, 2009

Leading the way

Bangladesh is the unquestioned leader on formulating adaptation policies to deal with the ramifications of climate change.

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