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U.S. President Barack Obama (L) shakes hands with Chinese President Xi Jinxing during a bilateral meeting ahead of the opening of the UN conference on climate change COP21 on November 30, 2015. (Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images)

How U.S.-China Cooperation Spurred Global Momentum on Climate Change

The Sino-American partnership on climate change benefits more than just the two countries. more

Balancing Economic and Environmental Interests in China (Complete)

Participants in a panel discussion talk about the intersection of development and sustainability in China. more
A Factory in China at Yangtze River / High Contrast
Time to Link Northeast Asia's Carbon Markets
In a June 23 article in The Diplomat, ASPI's Director for Asian Sustainability Jackson Ewing argues that the time is now for carbon market cooperation among China, Japan, and South Korea. more

How Japan Can Overcome a Lack of Natural Energy Resources

Former minister of foreign affairs Yoriko Kawaguchi discusses Japan's energy strategy in the post-Fukushima world. more

Japan Rebooted: Climate Change and Energy Innovation (Complete)

Yoriko Kawaguchi, David Sandalow, and Jackson Ewing discuss energy innovation and climate change at Asia Society in New York. more
The ‘Vertical University’ will provide youth new avenues of place-based education from Koshi Tappu to Kanchenjunga, linking the formal Government curriculum with indigenous knowledge. (Nirman Shrestha)

Photos: Creating a 25,000 foot 'Vertical University' in Nepal

Activist, lawyer, and rural-development worker Rajeev Goyal discusses an innovative plan to conserve Nepal's biodiversity. more
Asia Society's Asia Society's Tom Nagorski predicts that Iran will make good on its end of the nuclear deal, but this still doesn't mean that tensions between Tehran and Washington will cease.

'Sixteen for '16': Predictions for Asia in 2016

Asia Society Executive Vice President Tom Nagorski on what's on tap for Asia in the new year. more