Shifting computing to cloud servers can achieve vast corporate emissions cuts, study finds
With their cutting-edge servers and cooling systems, cloud-based data centres are highly energy-efficient, offering companies a promising avenue for emissions reductions.
How will Frasers Property reach net-zero?
The real estate sector is one of the hardest sectors to decarbonise. Eco-Business spoke to Frasers Property's Paolo Bevilacqua about the tough carbon-cutting task ahead for the Singapore-headquartered multinational.
Can a palm oil company have social impact?
With issues such as child labour and forced labour making headlines, palm oil companies are realising that more needs to be done to protect their workforces and their families.
Fire season in Indonesia less severe, but Covid-19 could turn it deadly
This year’s forest fire season in Indonesia is expected to be less severe than in previous years, but the haze from the burning could still compound the coronavirus crisis in the country.
350.org APAC comms manager Nicole Han joins Facebook
Nicole Han, Asia Pacific communications manager for climate action campaign group 350.org, has moved to Facebook.
Schroders appoints Mervyn Tang to lead new Asia Pacific sustainability team
Tang has been appointed head of sustainability strategy, APAC, and moves from Fitch Ratings, where he was global head of ESG research.
Coles bolsters ethical sourcing team with Mabel Wong hire
Wong switches from supply chain auditing firm Elevate to the Australian retailer, which aims to become the country's most sustainable supermarket.
Why citizens play a key role in Southeast Asia’s energy transition
Some Southeast Asian nations have displayed leadership in facilitating bottom-up renewable energy development. Now it is time for others to follow suit.
Singapore, Japan driving demand for crocodile-skin handbags as plan for croc farming expansion exposed in Australia
A plan by luxury goods brand Hermès to open a 50,000-capacity crocodile farm has alarmed animal welfare campaigners who decry the barbarism of the trade.
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