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The Covid-19 pandemic hit them hard and nearly took away their livelihoods. But with new initiatives launched to champion traditional textile makers and sustainable fashion, the artisans of Iloilo, Philippines, are back at work on their looms. This International Women's Day, we spotlight their stories and how they have overcome their struggles.
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Delivery riders and drivers for apps like Grab and Deliveroo are set to receive new protections such as injury and pensions cover.
Start-ups are helping Indians shrink the carbon footprint of their travel, celebrations and online shopping.
With fewer internet shutdowns, Kashmiri women and entrepreneurs have launched online businesses and turned content creators.
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The world's dependency on digital technology was laid bare by the Covid-19 pandemic. Policymakers need to mobilise digital connectivity to improve the daily welfare of the most vulnerable populations, writes Riccardo Puliti of the World Bank.
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Lazada’s corporate sustainability expert explains why having a climate change strategy is crucial to businesses as well as the planet and our communities.
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Up to 10.2 million kg of Amazon's plastic packaging waste entered the world’s freshwater and marine ecosystems in 2019, according to a new report by ocean conservation group Oceana. Given its proven ability to innovate, the tech giant should invest in plastic-free packaging.
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