Asia Tenggara Berita

Knasaimos Peoples receive decree of land rights
The Knasaimos peoples of the South Sorong Regency in Papua have been granted legal land rights over their indigenous lands. However, enforcing these rights remains challenging, with a lack of political will by the Indonesian government to enact the draft law on Indigenous peoples, and persistent targeting of merbau timber by loggers.
Singtel Comcentre
Singapore's largest telco is set to levy an internal carbon fee on a wider range of projects following earlier shadow pricing trials. Sustainability chief Aileen Tan tells Eco-Business going green faster is a business imperative.
Corporate integrity
Embedding a culture of ethics and integrity across an organisation's various functions must be at the core of a strong corruption risk management programme.
Student_Climate_Risk_Philippines
The Philippines is extremely vulnerable to the effects of climate change and its students are among those paying the highest price.
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Asia Tenggara Opini

LNG ship Japan
Bullish gas plans ignore the financial challenges of infrastructure development, renewable energy potential in the region and climate policy restrictions.
A coral reef in Southeast Asia
As the sea is emptied of life to feed a growing human population, innovation in protein sources holds promise in diverting seafood production away from the ocean.
Indonesian palm oil worker
Asia is the dominant producer and buyer of palm oil, so production standards in Indonesia and Malaysia and the policies of palm buyers in the region will determine the next stage of its sustainability journey.
Singapore_cityscape_degrowth
For Southeast Asia, it need not be a binary choice between maintaining status quo or pushing for 'degrowth'. Reducing emissions without neglecting job growth imposes lower social costs, and can be a pathway to take for the region.
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Asia Tenggara Video

OceanX
The vessel will scour Southeast Asia’s marine environment to gather data and support local conservationists.
The Green Mortician is Singapore's first water cremation service
The Green Mortician is the city-state's first water cremation service, which has a small carbon footprint compared to traditional funeral options.
Andie Ang Q&A
Amid competing concerns such as urban development and tackling climate change, keeping biodiversity conservation in people's minds can be a challenge. Eco-Business asks primatologist Andie Ang how that can be tackled.
Gaurav Sant
Gaurav Sant, founder of startup SeaChange, tells Eco-Business about a technology he hopes will give the world's oceans the capacity to absorb additional carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
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Asia Tenggara Podcasts

Sea orchards developed on decommissioned oil platforms
Former petrochemicals industry executives Steve Willis and Genevieve Hilton have written a novel set 50 years into the future that has a happy ending. They tell the Eco-Business podcast that the book is a pitch to carbon-intensive industries to try workable climate solutions.
EB Podcast climate insurance
Asia lags the world in natural catastrophe protection. Part of the problem could be counting extreme weather losses only after they happen, industry insiders tell the Eco-Business podcast.
The EB Podcast Petronas COP28
The oil and gas sector needs to cut operational emissions faster, Charlotte Wolff-Bye tells the Eco-Business podcast. But slashing fuel output won’t do for the Asian supplier, and it welcomes respectful debate at the climate summit.
Smoke from burning land in Indonesia
Studio EB Transboundary haze pollution is back with a vengeance in Southeast Asia. The Eco-Business Podcast talks to RSPO CEO Joseph D'Cruz about what the palm oil sector can do to put out the peatland fires that have burned annually for four decades.
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