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An advertisement for the proposed Narrabri gas project in New South Wales
Fossil fuel firms are among the biggest spenders on Google ads that are designed to resemble search results.
ESG Book ratings (ASIA)
Weekly Top 5 Movers
880 Hanwha Corp 35.20%
6472 NTN Corporation 15.66%
105560 KB Financial Group Inc. 15.11%
3436 SUMCO Corporation 12.77%
161390 HANKOOK TIRE & TECHNOLOGY Co., Ltd. 12.55%
Weekly Flop 5 Movers
5108 Bridgestone Corporation -4.76%
603799 Zhejiang Huayou Cobalt Co., Ltd. Class A -2.71%
7267 Honda Motor Co., Ltd. -2.39%
5014 Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd. -2.17%
532296 Glenmark Pharmaceuticals Limited -2.11%
Source: ESG Book
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SAFEF launch of new local produce
Businesses are testing out new models that can simplify the way people buy locally-grown food. But will prices be competitive enough, and is buying and eating local in the Singaporean cultural DNA?
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Five years ago, Singapore set out to triple its food production by 2030. Now, output remains low, while profitability seems like a pipe dream for many farmers. What went wrong, and how can we get the agri-tech drive back on track?
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Local food production has stayed at under a third of where Singapore wants it to be. Support measures have returned mixed success, as Eco-Business finds out in a special report on local food production in the city-state.
Lim Chu Kang farm
Read our deep-dive into the country's farming infrastructure – and lack thereof – as part of our special report on local food production in the city-state.