The Indian government released its annual Economic Survey this week which has drawn attention to the potential economic damage from climate change to agricultural livelihoods.
Coral reefs in Asia are being significantly damaged by billions of microplastic waste, according to new research on the issue.
With the world going through the biggest energy transformation since the industrial revolution, there are well-known and hidden heroes leading the way during this paradigm shift.
Germany has signed three agreements with Bangladesh to improve the country's infrastructure and resilience against the impacts of climate change.
“The journey ahead offers limitless opportunities”, said India’s agriculture minister at a summit in New Dehli yesterday.
China has dominated the building and financing of clean energy technologies in 2017 setting the country well on track to drive growth in the sector for decades.
The Chinese government has announced that new trees to be planted in 2018 will cover at least 6.6 million hectares all over the country- an area estimated to be the size of Ireland, in a bid to become the world leader in conservation.
The first Chinese two-seater trainer plane is now able to fly for two hours emissions-free offering another revolutionary development to the air travel industry and providing valuable lessons for scaling up the technology.
China has recently signed a memorandum of understanding to investigate the impacts of climate change in central Asia.
The Indian government has launched an ambitious floating solar power programme in order to boost the development of the niche technology and invest in the next generation of solar power.
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