Green Building Blocks: Quad-South Korea Cooperation on Climate Infrastructure By James Bowen This chapter was written by Policy Fellow James Bowen as part of the German Marshall Fund’s policy paper, ‘Building a Quad-South Korea Partnership for Climate Action‘, published in July 2022. Climate change and infrastructure demand are two of the most pressing, and highly interrelated, global challenges. Advanced […]


Enhancing Clean Energy Cooperation in the Indo-Pacific By James Bowen The following commentary by Policy Fellow James Bowen was originally published on 23 June 2022 by the National Bureau of Asian Research. Ensuring a rapid global transition to clean energy systems is the overriding priority of international climate action. Cross-border cooperation in this space is critical, yet it […]

The adaptation imperative: decoding Australia’s hydrogen export plans By James Bowen The following article is based on a presentation given by Policy Fellow James Bowen at a workshop facilitated by the Centre for Strategic and International Affairs on 25 January 2022. Australian interests predominantly see hydrogen as a tool for adapting the national energy export […]

How Geopolitics Will Drive Post-COP26 Climate Action By James Bowen The following article is based on remarks given at a climate change dialogue hosted by India’s Council for Strategic and Defense Research on 8 December 2021. International Climate Action The Glasgow Climate Change Conference (COP26) can be considered a failure from the singular perspective that […]

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