Climate Change

‘Twice in a Lifetime’ Floods Ravage Pakistan


Just 12 years removed from devastating floods in 2010, Pakistan is reeling from another extreme weather event, with long-term political and economic risks abound.

Balkans Heatwave Underscores Climate Security Risks in Europe

cc modified,,,_Bosnia-Herzegovina,_June_5,_2012_120605-A-GO672-008.jpg, Bosnia and Herzegovina military firefighters react to a simulated wildfire during Shared Resilience 2012 in Capljina, Bosnia-Herzegovina, June 5, 2012. Shared Resilience is an annual U.S. European Command-sponsored, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff-directed regional and multilateral exercise designed to provide medical training and operational experience between the United States and partner nations. (U.S. Army photo by Sgt. Edwin Bridges/Released)

Timely climate-related assistance from Brussels today can help avoid a much worse and much more widespread continental crisis tomorrow.

Climate Risks Abound for US Chemical Industry

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Proactive preventative measures are needed to help the US chemical industry adapt to the risks posed by climate change.

Climate Change Accelerating US-Vietnam Strategic Cooperation

Construction of a wind farm in Tra Vinh province. October 17 2021. Photo: Phuc Son - VNA

Vietnam projects to be one of the most hard-hit countries by climate change, prompting Hanoi to get serious about transitioning its economy.

COP26: A Setback for Climate Justice in Africa

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COP26 laid bare the lack of commitment to Africa when dealing with the climate crisis.

Vietnam Faces Watershed Moment ahead of COP26

Many roads are flooded in Ho Chi Minh City because the high tide is at its peak. Credit: Hong Giang - Vietnam News Agency. / Thành phố Hồ Chí Minh: Nhiều tuyến đường ngập s

For a sense of the stakes involved at the upcoming COP26 climate conference, look no further than Ho Chi Minh City’s fight against rising seawaters.

Record Northwest Drought Imperils US Wheat Crop

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Wheat farmers in Washington, Montana, and Idaho stand to suffer as global prices tick upward on supply concerns.

California “Megadrought”: A Sign of Things to Come?

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An ongoing “megadrought” portends a grim new normal in terms of agricultural output, wildfires, and electricity generation in the Golden State and beyond.

Water Scarcity Monitor: Saudi Arabia, Spain, and Chile


Examining three of the most water-stressed countries in the world according to the World Resources Institute (WRI)

Ethiopia: A Geopolitical Time Bomb in the Making

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Ethiopia’s climate-sensitive economy, growing population, and inter-ethnic conflict make it a geopolitical time bomb primed to explode.

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