The move of the Indonesian capital is an object lesson in climate change’s impacts on security in our region—and why Australia needs a grand strategy to deal with them, Alia Huberman writes.
The fall of Jakarta: climate change hits close to home
A wave of water crises hit Asia
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The Rising Islands of Oceania
The volcanic island of Ambae in northern Vanuatu rose from obscurity into world news in September after ash and gases began spewing ominously from its volcanic crater. It’s 11,000 residents were promptly evacuated to neighbouring islands in anticipation of further eruptions.