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The world will fail to achieve the SDGs—here's how business can fix that

The world will fail to achieve the SDGs—here's how business can fix that

The bad news: The world won't meet the SDGs on climate action, reducing inequality, protecting marine life, and responsible production and consumption by 2030. The good news: Business can reap huge benefits by fixing these problems.

To fight climate change, we have to make cooling a hot topic

To fight climate change, we have to make cooling a hot topic

Technology has made life in the tropics safer, healthier and more comfortable. But our addiction to polluting, energy-guzzling cooling is causing an environmental crisis. How can cooling become a hot topic for policymakers?

DBS is first Asian bank to launch climate policy—but it’s still funding coal

DBS is first Asian bank to launch climate policy—but it’s still funding coal

DBS, Southeast Asia's largest bank, has launched a climate policy which pledges to stop funding new coal-fired power stations—but only in developed countries.

People power: An electricity cooperative in the Philippines fights for hydro project rights

People power: An electricity cooperative in the Philippines fights for hydro project rights

Backed by the support of indigenous communities, a small local electricity cooperative in Philippines' Benguet province is going up against a large energy corporation in a battle for rights to develop a hydro power project in the area.

Asia Pulp and Paper's sustainability progress ‘not sufficient’ say NGOs

Asia Pulp and Paper's sustainability progress ‘not sufficient’ say NGOs

On the fifth anniversary of the controversial paper company’s landmark pledge to stop clearing natural forests in Indonesia, APP admits that its progress has not been “perfect.”

When will I shut up about climate change?

When will I shut up about climate change?

The realness and the urgency of climate change is terrifying. So why aren't people willing to talk about it?

How smart is Singapore at recycling e-waste?

How smart is Singapore at recycling e-waste?

Six in 10 Singaporeans are unsure how to recycle e-waste. While news of regulation for gadget makers is welcome, a university professor has called for a more sincere effort from producers to promote electronics recycling.

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