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Qiu Jiahui

Qiu Jiahui

Ms Qiu Jiahui is a Research Officer at the Climate Change in Southeast Asia Programme at the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute.

Articles by Qiu Jiahui (7)

Slashing Methane Emissions: A Tricky Business

Ryan Wong|Qiu Jiahui

Reducing methane emissions is achievable, but there are several prickly issues.

Climate Finance in Southeast Asia: Trends and Opportunities

Melinda Martinus|Qiu Jiahui

The Covid-19 crisis has stalled the delivery of much-needed climate finance to developing countries. For Southeast Asia, a region frequently cited as being one of the most vulnerable regions threatened by climate change, the broken promise of climate finance is highly disappointing.

Facing the Music with Methane

Ryan Wong|Qiu Jiahui

Apart from carbon dioxide, methane has been identified as one of the main contributors to global warming. In Southeast Asia, efforts to reduce methane emissions should focus on the agriculture and oil and gas sectors.

Southeast Asians Weigh In On Climate Issues

Sharon Seah|Melinda Martinus|Qiu Jiahui

A climate outlook survey conducted by the ISEAS – Yusof Ishak Institute shows that Southeast Asians expect their government to exert more effort in addressing the issue.

A picture of the Mekong river in the northern Thai region of Nong Khai, bordering Laos

Urbanisation – An Overlooked Issue in the Mekong River Basin

Melinda Martinus|Qiu Jiahui

Rapid urbanisation and population growth have been overlooked factors contributing to environmental and ecological disruptions in the Mekong region.