#communications News

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The latest hire further expands the sustainability-focused media and business intelligence organisation’s presence in China.
The ExxonMobil-NTU-A*STAR Corporate Lab was launched in April
Students from Singapore's Nanyang Technological University says there is a conflict of interest in the oil major's involvement in a project that claims "to help build a more sustainable future," and point to the firm's checkered history on climate. NTU and Exxon have defended the lab, saying it supports the green energy transition.
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Research finds that only 15 per cent of respondents know of the city-state's goal to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. Singaporeans also lack understanding of the types of action – for example, switching to a plant-based diet – that can bring about larger impact on cutting emissions.
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EB Studio Corporates’ silence on sustainability hinders progress, as do splashy unrealistic vows. South Pole’s APAC leader Shruti Singh tells Eco-Business how businesses can thread the needle and communicate to build trust in a polarised environment.
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#communications Opinion

A voter casts his ballot for the midterm primary election in Grove City, Ohio, U.S. May 3, 2022.
With over 2 billion people set to vote, 2024 will be a critical year for climate action. News outlets need to step up to help the electorate understand what is at stake.
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The imaginative process of crafting fictional narratives about difficult topics comes with its own benefits – almost akin to therapy.
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They say access to information on sustainability is easy, anyone seems to be able to claim to be an expert on climate issues, and it is challenging to build a specific niche. What keeps them going then?
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Well-told human-interest stories are key to moving readers and prompting climate action. How to write them in China?
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#communications Podcasts

An Eco-Business debate in 2019
EB Studio Covid-19 didn't kill events, but it did change them. Teymoor Nabili and Veemal Gungadin tell the Eco-Business Podcast how a pandemic transformed the way sustainability events are conceived and organised.
Greenwashing has become a growing problem
Greenwashing has become a big problem for consumers, investors and regulators as brands spend millions on marketing their sustainability credentials. Eco-Business asked expert communicators Janissa Ng and James Lorenz why greenwashing is so dangerous, and what can be done to stop spin in sustainability communications.
Can electronic dance music drive climate action?
When sweaty revellers are cutting shapes on the dance floor, can they be inspired to think about climate change? Dilo and Robin Perkins from DJs For Climate Action tell the Eco-Business Podcast how dance music can drive climate action.
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