As COVID-19 devastates tourism, Vanuatu aims to build a disaster-resilient, sustainable future by learning about and producing local Indigenous foods.
While sudden-onset climate-related natural disasters get more attention and funding towards planning and preparation, experts say slow-onset climate hazards are being neglected.
With climate-induced displacement on the rise, efforts are underway to make relocation a community-led process. But in practice, balancing measurable climate risk and the difficult-to-quantify value of cultural heritage is challenging.
Climate change is predicted to be a major driver of migration, with people more likely to move to cities than cross borders. But how will these cities cope with public services already under pressure?
As small island nations in the Pacific look to expand protected areas, creating mechanisms for effective community management will be key to ensure future generations can benefit from the ocean too.
This year China, Bangladesh, and Vietnam were amongst several Asian countries dealing with millions of displaced people from floods. How can Asian coastal cities prevent this from happening again?
Since the Indonesian president signed the Job Creation Bill into law earlier this month, the country has seen widespread protests by environmental, land rights, and Indigenous groups. Here's why.
The pandemic has demonstrated the failure to provide basic protection for Asia’s estimated 56 million migrant workers. It also provides an opportunity to fix a broken system.
After two tsunamis left thousands dead in Indonesia last year, various initiatives have come up that seek to strengthen the tsunami warning systems. But there is no one-size-fits-all solution.
As Indonesia heads to the polls on April 17, several development issues are on the ballot. But irrespective of who wins, the next few years will see Indonesia's aid profile rising.