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Rupert Murdoch's Aussie papers linked to deforestation in Indonesia

Rupert Murdoch's Aussie papers linked to deforestation in Indonesia

Read all about it: Rupert Murdoch's News Corp is printing some of its Australian papers on newsprint bought from a company owned by Korindo, the industrial giant that has destroyed thousands of hectares of pristine Indonesian forest.

Are Asian cities headed for an endless summer?

Are Asian cities headed for an endless summer?

Asia's cities are already feeling the effects of climate change, with more extreme weather events, flooding, and social tensions. Experts say the longer the region waits to address it, the more destructive its effects will be.

The world is facing a global sand crisis

The world is facing a global sand crisis

Rapid urbanisation is driving massive demand for sand, but this has led to ecosystems being destroyed, communities victimised by violence, and diseases spreading faster. How do we stop this global sand crisis?

When sustainability saved the city

When sustainability saved the city

Copenhagen and Vancouver are among the world’s most environmentally friendly, low-carbon cities, but it wasn’t always this way. City officials tell delegates at IGBC 2017 how a focus on sustainability revived their cities.

Binning the bag: Queensland gets tough on waste

Binning the bag: Queensland gets tough on waste

Queensland's government has banned plastic bags and introduced a container deposit scheme. The move was widely welcomed, but shines a glaring spotlight on New South Wales and Victoria, the remaining states with no plastic bag policy.

People are less likely to fall sick in green buildings, study finds

People are less likely to fall sick in green buildings, study finds

Do you work in a green building? If you do, you're less likely to suffer from headaches or fatigue, a study has found. But experts say that building occupants need to be given better data on the quality of their indoor environment.

Bringing Asia together to solve common energy challenges

Bringing Asia together to solve common energy challenges

Now in its 25th year, the Asia Power Week conference and exhibition will bring together industry players and policymakers from around Asia to discuss solutions to the region's energy challenges.

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