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SAP hires Susanna Hasenoehrl as first APAC head of sustainability

SAP hires Susanna Hasenoehrl as first APAC head of sustainability

Hasenoehrl takes on the new role to help customers use SAP’s solutions to meet ESG targets and regulatory requirements.

Not a numbers game: nuance needed to measure press freedom in Southeast Asia

Not a numbers game: nuance needed to measure press freedom in Southeast Asia

Current analyses of press freedom in Southeast Asia do not sufficiently capture the unique challenges faced by media professionals, according to a new report. A more detailed picture could help overcome media freedom abuses.

China renewables firms burst on to ranking of world's most sustainable corporates

China renewables firms burst on to ranking of world's most sustainable corporates

China's post-pandemic green recovery measures drove up the country's renewables firms on the Corporate Knights index of the most sustainable 100 firms in the world. Singapore real estate company CDL is Asia's leading firm in the list.

How victims can pay polluters for a win-win result

How victims can pay polluters for a win-win result

With smoke haze posing a significant pollution problem for Southeast Asia, a victim-pays approach could result in cleaner air for all.

Southeast Asia's small businesses emit more carbon than a small country: study

Southeast Asia's small businesses emit more carbon than a small country: study

The latest calculation, said to be a highly conservative estimate, shows that these small and medium-sized businesses minimally emit about 29.7 million tonnes of carbon dioxide annually.

The golden thread running through sustainability

The golden thread running through sustainability

ESG risks have an impact on companies. Businesses need to recognise the importance of corporate governance and make sure that a robust sustainability reporting system is in place.

Going net-zero: mind the data gap

Going net-zero: mind the data gap

As companies in the Asia Pacific aim for net zero emissions, they may be stymied by data gaps such as a lack of emissions data from their suppliers. Here’s what they can do to overcome such obstacles.

From food to finance: expert views on sustainability risks and predictions for 2022

From food to finance: expert views on sustainability risks and predictions for 2022

Eco-Business asked experts in industries, from palm oil and packaging to energy and shipping, to identify the risks that could define their sectors this year.

Climate impact on children driving sustainable consumption in Southeast Asia: study

Climate impact on children driving sustainable consumption in Southeast Asia: study

Consumers in Southeast Asia's largest economies are increasingly likely to switch to green products over fears that climate change will impact the lives of young people, according to a study by United Overseas Bank.

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