Climate Tracker Asia invites journalists, media practitioners, civil society organizations, non-government organizations, development agencies, and other institutions to attend its Pre-G20 Summit Webinar entitled “Lesson learned on the Just Energy Transition Partnership in South Africa for Southeast Asia”.   Date: ...

The young are among the most vulnerable to climate change, but have little say as their countries struggle to implement the drastic cuts in greenhouse gas emissions needed to reduce its impact. ...

Climate Tracker Asia will host a virtual conference “Through a Climate Lens” on climate and energy reporting that aims to help Southeast Asian journalists improve their coverage of the climate crisis and energy transitions in their home countries.  The digital ...

A lot of people are now seeking news and information on Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, and Tiktok–making content creators play an increasing crucial role. In Climate Tracker, we recognize the massive potentials of these social media platforms. But we are also ...

Many may prevent journalists from the Global South from attending and reporting on this year’s crucial UN Climate Conference – COP27 in Egypt. But that won’t stop us in gathering a great team full of awesome journalists worldwide to cover issues ...

COP27 in Sharm El-Sheikh, to be held from 6-18 November, will gather hundreds of heads of state, ministers, negotiators, along with climate activists, civil society organizations, and business leaders. Building on the outcomes of the previous conference in Glasgow, this ...

KOMPAS.TV – The threat of Jakarta sinking is in sight. The DKI Jakarta Provincial Government believes that pipanization can reduce the rate of land subsidence in the capital. Sea levels are rising, caused by climate change. Some parts of Indonesia ...

QUEZON PROVINCE, Philippines — Because she needs to send her two children to school, Joan Avitria is willing to endure the worsening high tide-induced flooding in the only public school in Luctob, a small barangay in Macalelon, Quezon. A few blocks away ...

Passenger jeepney with cramped interiors that cough out dark fumes are familiar sights in the streets of Bacolod, Negros Occidental. With affordable fares, jeepneys have been the choice transport of commuters for decades. But soon, roads of the city will ...

River sedimentation of Batanghari River, geographically divides Jambi city, has resulted in urban flooding since almost the last 20 years. The river that functions as a source of water and a “water disposal site” from urban areas to downstream areas ...