Jean Chua –
Attended by more than 120 heads of state starting from next week, the Conference of the Parties (COP) meeting in Paris is hailed as a potential turning point in the global fight against climate change. The Eco-Business team will be on the ground, bring daily updates to you, our readers. And we want you to participate.
Jessica Cheam –
Despite the recent setbacks, there are signs that point to a successful outcome for the UN climate talks in Paris. At the very least, it will achieve more than the UN meeting six years ago in Copenhagen.
It's not enough to slowly decarbonise the economy by scaling up renewable power and reducing fossil fuel use. Businesses need to pursue more dramatic transformations, says Volans executive chairman John Elkington.
There are only a few days to go before the Conference of Parties (COP) 21 takes place in Paris and with this comes the question: where does the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) stand in the negotiations?
Calling for a 'new industrial revolution' to promote equitable human well-being with lower resource use, the report cautions that the Asia-Pacific region cannot depend on declining natural resource costs for ...