The world economy has expanded to the point where a number of planetary boundaries, of which climate change is the most talked about, are being severely stretched. There are simply too many unsustainable trajectories for the system to continue as it has for the past several decades for several more decades to come…
Local Solutions, Global Impacts: An Integrated Approach to Air Quality and Climate Change Policy in Asian Cities
This paper was originally submitted for, and received, the “Young Voices Award” on Urban Air Pollution and Climate Change, given by the Clean Air Initiative for Asian Cities at their Better Air Quality 2008 conference.
Andrew attended COP14 – the 14th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Poznan in December 2008, and shared in this articule his thoughts from his experience in this conference.
Public policy think tank Civic
Exchange today released a new book: “Climate Change Negotiations: Can Asia
Change the Game?”, which argues that Asia should take the initiative to be a “game-changer” in upcoming global climate change negotiations in Poznan and Copenhagen.
Commentary on the Memorandum of Understanding between the National Energy Administration and the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government on Supply of Natural Gas and Electricity to Hong Kong
Plans for the proposed Hong Kong Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) terminal at South Soko Island were cancelled following the HKSAR Government’s surprise announcement that it had negotiated a deal with Mainland authorities for long-term alternative sources of natural gas for the territory.
There is little question that Asia must work alongside the developed countries, and all others, to contribute to a global climate change solution. The question that remains, however, is the nature, extent, and terms of Asia’s contribution. The different chapters in this book…
This report was published by CLSA Asia-Pacific Markets.