Almost all of Asean's top listed companies are carrying out sustainability reporting, but they have a long way to go when it comes to improving the quality of their reports and being transparent about their anti-corruption policies.
and Marcella Guererro –
The global community has to limit the rise in temperature to 1.5 degrees Celsius, and climate vulnerable countries are taking the lead on this, say Philippines senator Loren Legarda and Costa Rican congresswoman Marcella Guerrerro.
Katie McCrory –
Women are more vulnerable to the impacts of climate change than men, but there is also a growing number of sustainable development solutions by and for women worldwide. Sustainia's global communication lead Katie McCrory highlights three examples.
The Paris agreement has been hailed as a success by many, but it fell short of protecting rural women farmers, who are one of the most vulnerable social groups, says Oxfam Philippines campaigner Airah Cadiogan.
The Philippines' promising economic outlook is being threatened by the adverse impacts of climate change. Being one of the most susceptible countries to changes in climatic conditions and natural disasters ...