The Indo-Pacific is the most populous region on the planet – and it is also the region which is most vulnerable to the impact of climate change. Which new climate policies are being put in place, and which innovative solutions created?
Series by the Asia Society Switzerland, the Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies of the University of Zurich, and the Schweizerische Asiengesellschaft, shedding light on different Asian countries through the eyes of leading local voices.
With Oxford Debates we are addressing ‘big’ questions that have no one answer or solution but are inviting many conflicting views. Four renowned experts in the field form teams of two, one team arguing for the motion, the other against it.
Art Over Lunch is a monthly event series for members of Asia Society Switzerland where we either visit a museum or gallery together or have experts or artists join us digitally. Made possible by Bergos.
Today, it’s clear that digital technology is one of the main areas in which the intensified competition between global powers is playing out. In a series of events, Asia Society Switzerland will explore different aspects of this topic.
Transparent citizens, police state, totalitarian rule: China's Social Credit System (SCS) is the talk of the town. We set out to find out what it is all about, in an interview series, in a fact sheet, and in an event: a live taping of a Sinica Podcast.
In episode 3 of the Climate Change in the Indo-Pacific Series, we focus on Australia, one of the world's largest carbon emitters on a per capita basis, and the role of nature-based solutions to help decelerate climate change.
In the fourth episode of the Climate Change in the Indo-Pacific Series, we ask the question: Was COP26 a success from an Indo-Pacific perspective? And which commitments are key to its quest for net zero?