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Is Asia's media reporting the real causes of air pollution?

Is Asia's media reporting the real causes of air pollution?

It is a public health crisis that kills almost 5 million people in Asia every year. So why isn't air pollution a bigger story? And why aren’t journalists in Asia reporting on how to solve the problem?

UN chief urges leaders to inject momentum at 2019 climate summit

UN chief urges leaders to inject momentum at 2019 climate summit

As the two-week 24th conference of the parties to the UN Climate Change Convention kicks off this week in Katowice, Poland, secretary general Antonio Guterres calls on over 150 world leaders to step up climate action.

Women in palm oil: invisible no more?

Women in palm oil: invisible no more?

Despite being vital players in the production of palm oil, women's roles are often hidden, making them more vulnerable to systems of exploitation and discrimination.

Too young to vote, children strike, protest and sue for climate action

Too young to vote, children strike, protest and sue for climate action

Worried about their future, children around the globe are taking matters into their own hands to tackle climate change.

Why is green bond growth in Southeast Asia so weak?

Why is green bond growth in Southeast Asia so weak?

Most of Asia's green bond growth has come from China, with Southeast Asia gaining momentum after a slow start. What can the finance industry do to boost green investments in developing nations in Asia?

The afterlife of trash in Singapore

The afterlife of trash in Singapore

Ever wondered what happens to the junk that goes into those blue recycling bins? Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at how Singapore’s trash is prepped for recycling.

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