April 04, 2023
Glacial Melt is Dispossessing Nepal’s Indigenous Communities
By Tulsi Rauniyar
Shrinking glaciers are forcing residents to flee, leaving a scattering of ghost towns across the country's unforgiving north.
March 24, 2023
Ahead of UN Vote, Vanuatu Says: We Must Fight for Climate Justice
By Jotham Napat and Patricia Scotland
If we value human rights and the rule of law, then we must fight for climate justice, argue Vanuatu's foreign minister and the Commonwealth's secretary-general.
March 15, 2023
Scientists Say Climate Change Worsened Cyclone Gabrielle in New Zealand
By Seth Borenstein
“These are gigantic amounts of rainfall… I have no doubt whatsoever in my mind that climate change has influenced the event.”
March 07, 2023
Pair of Cyclones Highlights Vanuatu’s Vulnerability
By Dechlan Brennan
A series of natural disasters in Vanuatu has brought into sharp focus the impacts of climate change on the Pacific islands.
March 01, 2023
In the Face of Climate Change, the Pacific Leads Boldly
By Jon Letman
Seven years after the Paris Agreement, Pacific Islanders demonstrate leadership and resolve in the face of the climate crisis.
February 22, 2023
The Diplomat Magazine Hits Issue 100
By Ankit Panda and Catherine Putz
The Diplomat reaches a milestone: reflecting on 100 issues of the magazine.
February 07, 2023
The Winds of Change: The Social and Political Cost of Climate Inaction in Central Asia
By Murod Ismailov
Climate change may be an “accelerant” for global cooperation, but it also poses significant social, political, and geopolitical challenges in Central Asia.
November 19, 2022
Making Siachen a Mountain of Climate Responsibility
By Aarish U. Khan
Climate protection on the disputed glacier is important for both India and Pakistan – and could even jumpstart an improvement in their relationship.
September 29, 2022
Pakistan Shouldn’t Get ‘Aid’ After Its Devastating Flood. It Is Owed Climate Reparations.
By Zareen Zahid Qureshi
After decades of climate injustice, the West should pay long overdue reparations to Pakistan and other development countries that bear the brunt of climate change.
September 26, 2022
Powerful Typhoon Strikes North Philippines
By Jim Gomez and Aaron Favila
The most powerful typhoon to hit the Philippines this year slammed ashore in Burdeos town in Quezon province before nightfall on Sunday.
September 22, 2022
Climate Migration: Indian Kids Find Hope in a New Language
By Aniruddha Ghosal
In the past decade, the number of climate migrants in India has been growing.
September 17, 2022
Are ‘Water Wars’ Coming to Asia?
By Genevieve Donnellon-May
Climate change-induced water loss in the Tibetan Plateau further challenges water security from Central to Southeast Asia.