The president's withdrawal from a groundbreaking international climate change accord has galvanized action by subnational groups and corporations.
Five years after Fukushima, Asia Society Policy Institute's Jackson Ewing tells us how the Asian country is addressing its energy challenges.
Masako Sakata discusses her films depicting the legacy of Agent Orange in Vietnam and the Fukushima nuclear disaster in Japan.
Jeffrey Kupfer, Bernard Schwartz Fellow with the Asia Society Policy Institute, looks at the strategic possibilities for Israel’s new domestic supplies of natural gas.
Jeffrey Kupfer, Bernard Schwartz Fellow with the Asia Society Policy Institute, argues that the U.S. can help its allies in Asia and benefit its economy by ending its longstanding ban on exporting U.S. crude oil.
Ahead of a June 19 panel discussion, Mother Jones reporter Jaeah Lee and Climate Desk producer James West talk about China's fracking plans and its energy future.
Filmmaker Glenn Baker hopes to re-frame American views of the South Asian region through "Easy Like Water," a documentary about a Bangladeshi architect's quest to bring education to flooded areas of his homeland.
Journalist Simran Sethi discusses how Japan's nuclear disaster demonstrated the resiliency of the Japanese people to respond to the immediate crisis and reframe their relationship to energy consumption.