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Are ‘no deforestation’ commitments working?

Are ‘no deforestation’ commitments working?

The world's major palm oil and pulp and paper companies have made commitments to stop clearing forests by 2020. As the deadline draws near, how are these 'no deforestation' pledges progressing?

Mars to boost $1bn sustainability plan with ‘sense of urgency’

Mars to boost $1bn sustainability plan with ‘sense of urgency’

The chocolate giant wants to cut deforestation and human rights abuses out of its supply chain—and fast. What are the challenges the company faces in doing so, and how is it tackling them?

Tinder for food: App shares leftovers for a healthier planet

Tinder for food: App shares leftovers for a healthier planet

Too many leftovers from dinner? Instead of tossing waste food away, you can now share it with friends and neighbours by using a new Tinder-like app.

Wilmar launches landmark sustainable finance deal, child protection policy

Wilmar launches landmark sustainable finance deal, child protection policy

Wilmar International has unveiled a series of sustainability milestones including a landmark finance deal and a new child protection policy. But campaigners say it has failed to tackle the root causes of exploitation in its operations.

A gift of sight

A gift of sight

To mark International Volunteer Day on 5 Dec, Eco-Business presents this short film which takes you to the remote villages of Yunnan, China, where elderly folk find help and friendship through an initiative supported by Keppel Land.

Oceans overlooked as source of climate change solutions

Oceans overlooked as source of climate change solutions

The ocean has enormous potential to help produce low-carbon energy and sequester atmospheric carbon, writes World Ocean Council's Paul Holthus.

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