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Audrey Tan CNCS
Tan previously spent nearly a decade in the Singapore broadsheet covering issues such as transboundary haze and animal trafficking, before moving to the National University of Singapore to lead science communications.
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Gains in generative AI technology make disinformation and censorship easier, threatening human rights, Freedom House report says.
Journalists in Indonesia
For some, environmental issues had felt like safe reporting territory a few years ago, but that is no longer the case. Journalists from India to Thailand share the constraints they face when reporting on powerful governments and corporations.
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Its 'Shifting Sands' podcast got an honourable mention under the Excellence in Audio Reporting category at the annual journalism gala run by the Society of Publishers in Asia.
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#journalism 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.
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.
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Well-told human-interest stories are key to moving readers and prompting climate action. How to write them in China?
Good journalism needs both mainstream media outlets and digital-only alternative media
Journalism has to stop sustained attacks on alternative media outlets.
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#journalism Podcasts

Action against greenwashing in Asia
Japan-based academic Kim Schumacher, who coined the term "competence greenwashing", believes that the pursuit of societal harmony might be standing in the way of Asia calling out greenwashing. He tells the Eco-Business Podcast how exaggerated ESG claims are likely to be tackled in 2023 and beyond.
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