By EMA staff | 15 May 2013
A new report suggests that the APEC region's initiatives to become more energy efficient will not be enough to achieve environmental sustainability.
By Melissa Low, Energy Analyst, Energy Studies Institute (ESI) | 11 April 2013
The pulling out of major emitters means the UNFCCC will look to Asia's largest emitters--China and India--to play an increasingly significant role in the multilateral climate change regime.
By WEF | 5 April 2013
To support a future global population of 9 billion people, over US$5.7 trillion a year will need to be invested in global infrastructure, estimates The Green Investment Report.
By IEEJ Chairman & CEO Masakazu Toyoda | 8 February 2013
With 2012 behind us, IEEJ Chairman Masakazu Toyoda gives his prediction of what 2013 holds in store for the energy landscape.
By EMA staff | 13 February 2013
A report by Policy Exchange suggests ways in which UK policymakers can help households reduce the size of their energy bills, and push forward in cutting carbon emissions. Are there lessons here for Asia?
By J Jackson Ewing and Gianna Gayle Amul, RSIS Centre for Non-Traditional Security (NTS) Studies | 14 February 2013
Failures from the climate change talks in 2009 at Copenhagen were brought to mind during the UN climate talks in Doha last December. The process of working out agreements, emissions targets, striking bargains between developed and developing countries on funding and more, is arduous. What can UNFCCC participants do to avoid falling into the faulty patterns of Copenhagen and Doha in 2015?
By Gianna Gayle Amul, Centre for Non-Traditional Security (NTS) Studies | 14 December 2012
Is the new Green Climate Fund (GCF) set to be yet another unwieldy addition to the climate finance web? This article argues that its promise lies in the possibility that it could help rationalise the overly complex climate finance architecture, and in the process tackle the critical problems seen in current funding arrangements.