Heineken Malaysia is investing an additional RM2.5 million to set up rainwater harvesting systems and build wetland plantations to protect the country's water, the most important ingredient in their products.
Michael Boyland and Heidi Tuhkanen –
Those in power must give stronger voices to marginalised communities and protection to natural flood defences, say experts from the Stockholm Environment Institute.
and John H. Matthews –
A new green bond standard allows water projects involving natural water infrastructure such as forests, farms and rivers to be certified as green bonds. Here's why that matters for the future of water.
Julia P G Jones –
The term "ecosystem services" has been successful in creating awareness of nature's value to mankind, but some argue the framework of "Nature’s Contributions to People" is better. Why does it matter how we talk about nature's contribution?
Cape Town is in the midst of a devastating water security crisis. World Resources Institute experts Betsy Otto and Leah Schleifer outline what other cities around the world can do to avoid a similar fate.
Coral reefs in the Asia-Pacific have been deluged with an estimated 11.1 billion pieces of plastic waste, increasing the risk of coral disease more than 20-fold says Cornell University researcher Joleah Lamb.
The Responsible Business Forum on Sustainable Development (RBF) returns to Singapore for the second year on November 25-26 at Marina Bay Sands with the theme "Transformation, Growth and the Green Economy".
This study report under the coordination of Conservation International (CI-Brazil), recommends that companies should understand and incorporate into their decision making process, the economic value of biodiversity and ecosystems services ...