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Public faith in sustainability reports is rising globally—but more than half of people still don't trust company claims

Public faith in sustainability reports is rising globally—but more than half of people still don't trust company claims

Asians are far more likely to believe what is written in sustainability reports than Europeans or Americans, according to a GRI study. Are Asian companies better at sustainability reporting? Or are Asians more susceptible to greenwashing?

Activists want repeal of Indonesia’s controversial new law, while investors warn of 'severe' environmental, human rights repercussions

Activists want repeal of Indonesia’s controversial new law, while investors warn of 'severe' environmental, human rights repercussions

Meant to draw domestic and foreign investment, Indonesia’s new Omnibus Law on Job Creation has triggered a massive outcry over weakening of protection for workers and the environment.

How can renewables overcome their human rights problems?

How can renewables overcome their human rights problems?

[PODCAST] The clean energy sector’s poor human rights performance places its legitimacy at risk. Jessie Cato of the Business & Human Rights Resource Centre sheds light on how the industry can avoid rights violations.

Sustainability concerns are growing. But can companies make products that consumers can afford?

Sustainability concerns are growing. But can companies make products that consumers can afford?

The desire to switch to lifestyles with gentler environmental impacts is on the rise. But as the pandemic slims down wallets, firms must offer lower prices to inspire responsible consumption, states a new study.

How Singapore’s biggest supermarket player plans to unpack the packaging waste issue

How Singapore’s biggest supermarket player plans to unpack the packaging waste issue

FairPrice Group will explore ways to reduce packaging waste while ensuring product safety and quality, says its group chief executive Seah Kian Peng.

It’s official: Peat swamp carbon credits project in Central Kalimantan advances all 17 Sustainable Development Goals

It’s official: Peat swamp carbon credits project in Central Kalimantan advances all 17 Sustainable Development Goals

Already the one of the largest REDD+ projects in the world, the Rimba Raya Biodiversity Reserve in Indonesia achieved another milestone last month.

As water scarcity grows, Asia’s utilities are turning to data and sensors to keep the taps flowing

As water scarcity grows, Asia’s utilities are turning to data and sensors to keep the taps flowing

In many cities, tackling water leakages is among the most impactful ways to shore up water supplies. Sensors and other digital technologies make the massive task easier.

Singapore opens sustainable finance research and talent development hub

Singapore opens sustainable finance research and talent development hub

The central bank-backed Singapore Green Finance Centre addresses the gap in green finance know-how and talent in the region. It is the latest play to position Singapore as Asia's green finance capital.

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