Planes are a key part of this illegal business, which victimises an estimate of 46 million people, including children. Air Asia is one of the first airlines in the continent to crack down on this global crime.
As economic growth raises standards of living in Malaysia, private car ownership has been on the rise among the country's middle class. The government is pushing for cleaner transport alternatives. Will Malaysians jump on board?
Jennifer Morris –
Completely tamper-proof and totally transparent, blockchain technology has the potential to help solve multiple environmental and social problems. Conservation International president Jennifer Morris explains how.
Quentin Jackon –
Climate change is eating away at all facets of business as usual. Companies that aim for short-term benefits over long-term environmental and business sustainability are setting themselves up for failure, writes Aurecon's Quentin Jackson.
and Radley Horton –
Studies have traditionally focused on how aviation can impact climate change, but researchers from Columbia University have recently projected that airlines stand to lose millions of dollars as a result of global warming. Here's why.
Business interruptions, reputational damage and loss of consumer trust are just some ways discovering human trafficking in one's supply chains could impact the business. Here's how companies can minimise their risk, according to CSR Asia's Richard Welford.
Can the world reach peak demand for oil by 2040? Switching to electric vehicles is one way to get there, but trends such as ride-sharing programmes and car-free urban zones can be just as critical, writes researchers.
How can Singapore hit its existing targets and accelerate the change towards a new “car-lite” future? Digital technology could be a big part of the solution, says Surbana Jurong senior executive engineer Wu Xian.