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Ellen R Delisio, (May 6, 2015)
Governments, NGOs, academics and manufacturers are seeking ways to meet growing demand for tyres without destroying biodiversity, in light of a warning over the impact of rubber plantations
Paul French, (Feb 8, 2015)
As economies are growing, so is the sophistication of community engagement programmes in Asia
April Streeter, (May 9, 2014)
The World Economic Forum’s latest Global Risks report has water as the second largest risk factor for global businesses.
With 22 million tourists annually, Thailand is Asia’s top tourism destination after China and Malaysia.
Andy Schroeter had a goal when he started the social enterprise Sunlabob in Laos more than a dozen years ago: to bring renewable energy and clean water to communities without connection to electricity grids.
April Streeter, (May 8, 2014)
From the cool green towers of Singapore to the new democracy of Timor-Leste, the countries of south-east Asia hold both peril and promise in the quest for sustainable development
April Streeter, (May 7, 2014)
Indonesia enjoys a vibrant economy and growing middle class, though much of the growth is based on a system of natural resource extraction that is just starting to seek real sustainability goals
Oliver Balch, (Apr 2, 2014)
Drought can be partly blamed for south-east Asia’s forests, but timber and palm oil producers must face up to their role
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