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Vietnam considers scrapping half of coal power plant pipeline in favour of gas and renewables

Vietnam considers scrapping half of coal power plant pipeline in favour of gas and renewables

With coal development sluggish, the country eyes alternative power sources to meet burgeoning demand. Analysts say the plan is contingent on gas prices staying low.

Duterte’s Covid-19 recovery plan criticised for excluding clean energy policies

Duterte’s Covid-19 recovery plan criticised for excluding clean energy policies

In his penultimate State of the Nation address, Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte did not indicate how renewable energy could aid in the country’s recovery. Green groups were disappointed with his 'narrow environmental agenda'.

One year after the drought: Has Chennai learned from its water crisis?

One year after the drought: Has Chennai learned from its water crisis?

Last year, Chennai's devastating drought made headlines around the globe. One year on, how is the climate-vulnerable metropolis preparing for disasters ahead?

Will 'palatable and nutritious' insect-based pet food take off in Asia?

Will 'palatable and nutritious' insect-based pet food take off in Asia?

At least two European start-ups are venturing into Asia, and a Singapore-headquartered firm is looking to launch Southeast Asia’s first insect-based dog food brand in the fourth quarter of this year.

As Covid-time haze season approaches, report claims APP has been clearing and draining peatlands

As Covid-time haze season approaches, report claims APP has been clearing and draining peatlands

Satellite analysis has found that APP-linked companies have cleared 3,500 hectares of peatland over the last two years, including since the outbreak of the Covid-19 virus, according to a report by Greenpeace. APP denies the allegations.

Sime Darby Plantation cites budget concerns after withdrawing from High Carbon Stock Approach

Sime Darby Plantation cites budget concerns after withdrawing from High Carbon Stock Approach

The Malaysian palm oil giant says Covid-19 cost and time restraints prompted its departure from the forest conservation framework.

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