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Global rainforest loss 'relentless' in 2020, but SE Asia offers hope
With just days to go before the end of the year, it has closed two more projects in Indonesia, bringing the initiative to complement the palm oil industry's efforts to end deforestation in Southeast Asia closer to its near-term target.
Palm oil companies across Southeast Asia are liable for the recovery of a Puerto Rico-sized area of forest because of their history of environmental harm, a new report shows.
Mark Harper, group sustainability head, John Swire & Sons
The conglomerate has promoted Mark Harper to replace the outgoing Mark Watson.
Nickel facility Kolaka, Sulawesi, Indonesia
With Chinese companies having invested heavily in Indonesian nickel, greening the sector is vitally important.
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logging in borneo
A new study finds that illegal roads have enabled illicit logging, mining, poaching and land grabbing in some of the world's most biodiversity-rich ecosystems.
Peace with Nature Singapore
Founder and managing director Jessica Cheam investigates the relationship between business and our natural world, and shares about the genesis of Eco-Business in this book chapter contribution to 'Peace and Nature', a book compilation of 50 essays and edited by Professor Tommy Koh, Lye Lin Heng and Shawn Lum launched in Singapore recently.
Children on railway damaged by Pakistan floods 2010
Forced migration is a major cause of language extinction. Environmental disasters are driving these displacements in the very regions richest in languages.
Four in five of the world’s workforce is on lockdown due to Covid-19, with no end in sight. The post-pandemic world order needs one familiar function to tie social sustainability together – human resources.
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