What ‘earthshine’ means for our climate system

Look closely at a crescent moon and you may be able to see earthshine: light from the sun reflected by earth onto the moon. But, hurry, this light source is dimming over time, new research shows.

Real estate in Thailand: On the way to a sustainable architecture

Like in many other countries in Europe and America, in Asia, sustainability has become a new focus also for residential property developments. This is particularly an urgent move at a time when the globe is facing risks from climate change and illnesses.

ASEAN commemorates Youth in Climate Action and Disaster Resilience Day 2021

An intergenerational dialogue titled ‘Teaming up with You(th) for a Disaster-Resilient and Climate-Friendly ASEAN’, was moderated by the ASEAN Youth Forum’s Programme Manager, Rastra Yasland.

Climate change raises asset risks for banks in Asia-Pacific

Climate change and related government policies raise asset risks for banks in Asia-Pacific, while legal and reputational risks are growing while large, diversified banks in the region are better able to cope with these risks and preserve their credit strength

Climate Change: how Asia-Pacific will affect the whole planet

Pursuing a green recovery in the aftermath of COVID-19 might sound daunting, but it’s actually a great opportunity to direct recovery spending into stimulating sustainable jobs and growth and fight climate change.

Cities like Bangkok must be braced for Climate Change impact says Bill Gates

All cities will be affected by Climate Change, but coastal cities will have the worst problems. Hundreds of millions of people could be forced from their homes as sea levels rise and storm surges get worse.

Why Thais just don’t care about climate change

Thousands of young people marched through cities in Asia Friday, but the demonstration in Bangkok drew few people compared to other countries.

Thailand leads the SEA region for solar development

The latest Alternative Energy Development Plan (AEDP) 2015-36 sets a target for renewables to account for 20% of generation by 2036