Climate and Energy in Southeast Asia

This web-dossier explores climate and energy issues in Thailand and Southeast Asia. It contains analyses, features, research and other multimedia materials from regional experts, academics, journalists and our partners.

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New Energy Ecosystem Can Aggravate Existing Inequalities If Gender Gap Is Not Addressed

Khanh Hoa

Gender and Climate Change: Snapshots from Southeast Asia

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“It’s a clear signal that the Asian Development Bank is finally, finally moving away from coal.”

Paper Series on Energy Landscapes in Southeast Asia

Unpacking COP24 and its implications for Southeast Asia

COP23 Bonn: The Climate Commitments and ASEAN

COP 21 and the Paris Agreement: A Force Awakened

E-Papers on NDCs of Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia: Hotspot for Renewables or Dumping Ground for Coal?

Wind and Solar

Energy Transition in Southeast Asia and Vietnam's Role as ASEAN Chair 2020

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Exposing the “Clean Energy” Myths of ADB and AIIB

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ADB Announces Coal Exit in Draft Energy Policy

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Sustainable Electricity Scenarios in Southern Thailand and the Lower Mekong Countries

The Coal Situation in Thailand and Strategic Environmental Assessment

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Should Nuclear Power Have a Future in Thailand?

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Voices from Thai Local Communities: Nuclear Is Not the Option for Thailand

Climate of Change: The Struggle for Renewable Energy in Southeast Asia

at Heinrich-Böll-Stiftung, Berlin, November 8, 2017

Nguy Thi Khanh, GreenID, Vietnam, Suphakit Nuntavorakarn, Healthy Public Policy Foundation, Thailand, Kyi Phyo, Mekong Energy and Ecology Network, Myanmar

Moderation: Richard Fuchs, Journalist