Japan outlined strategies to cruise sustainably ahead of its competitors while achieving green growth #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability

In the recent unveiling of Japan’s Green Growth Strategy, the country outlined clear goals to achieve the decarbonisation of electric power generation and to promote the concept of a smart decarbonised society. This was to ensure that the country is aligned to support Japan’s 2050 carbon neutral goal. Further to this, the country’s policy teamsContinue reading “Japan outlined strategies to cruise sustainably ahead of its competitors while achieving green growth #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability”

#Indonesia sees urgent need to combine ESG-principals with its 11 industrial hubs and hopes to achieve quantum leap by sparking green innovations #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #hanjun

Indonesia wants to position itself as a forerunner in the green economy so as to be align with the changing world economy. The country now aims for related ministries and agencies to work together to support the development of physical infrastructures, energy supply, communication network, and wants to achieve this with proper regional planning backedContinue reading “#Indonesia sees urgent need to combine ESG-principals with its 11 industrial hubs and hopes to achieve quantum leap by sparking green innovations #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #hanjun”

Indonesia plans to pilot sustainable urban development with Bali island and foster R&D ecosystem to spark sustainability-driven innovations #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #hanjun

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development is one of the national goals that Indonesia hopes to achieve by balancing economic growth, social inclusion, and environmental protection. As part of nation’s masterplan to achieve the 2030 goals, Indonesia plans to pilot sustainable urban development with Bali island. Top development agenda would be to provide a climate and disasterContinue reading “Indonesia plans to pilot sustainable urban development with Bali island and foster R&D ecosystem to spark sustainability-driven innovations #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #hanjun”

#Thailand will pilot the concept of developing ESG-friendly industrial estates to attract entrepreneurs and businesses to spark innovations in game-changing green products and services #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #hanjun

Thailand has taken up the idea of building ESG-friendly industrial estates, firstly to reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and secondly, to improve its economy competitiveness in the ASEAN market and larger global trade ecosystem. ESG-friendly industrial estates are now be an essential part of the country’s 20 years national transformation strategy. The country is nowContinue reading “#Thailand will pilot the concept of developing ESG-friendly industrial estates to attract entrepreneurs and businesses to spark innovations in game-changing green products and services #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #hanjun”

#Thailand committed to planting 64,000 hectres of trees by 2021 and exchanged best practices in sustainable forestry management with Sweden #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #forestry #circulareconomy #green #aging #hanjun

According to estimates, the forest cover in Thailand declined from 61% to 34% between 1945 and 1975. The Thailand Royal Forest Department established that the forest cover stood at 31.6% in 2019, which is roughly about 16 hectares (almost equivalent to 22 million soccer fields). The deforestation was mainly attributed to the clearance of forestContinue reading “#Thailand committed to planting 64,000 hectres of trees by 2021 and exchanged best practices in sustainable forestry management with Sweden #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #forestry #circulareconomy #green #aging #hanjun”

#Thailand issues urgent advisory on the upcoming rainy season, urges the public to monitor the news during cyclones season and initiates policy to mitigate possible floods #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #Environment #Cyclone #Taute #hanjun

Many weather stations around South Asia and Southeast Asia have been issuing advisories for the upcoming rainy season and some governments have begun to prepare for any possible floods and cyclones. The recent emergence of Cyclone Taute caused major destruction to many parts of South India and it is predicted that the cyclone will reachContinue reading “#Thailand issues urgent advisory on the upcoming rainy season, urges the public to monitor the news during cyclones season and initiates policy to mitigate possible floods #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #Environment #Cyclone #Taute #hanjun”

#Indonesia signed agreement with Air Products & Chemical Inc to develop coal gasification plant and explores other green projects with ExxonMobil #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #hanjun

Last year, Indonesia announced that they have prioritised a coal gasification project in Tanjung Enim, South Sumatra, as one of the top strategic projects in the country. Fast forward to 2021, an agreement was signed among PT Bukit Asam Tbk (PTBA), PT Pertamina (Persero), and Air Products and Chemicals Inc to develop and implement thisContinue reading “#Indonesia signed agreement with Air Products & Chemical Inc to develop coal gasification plant and explores other green projects with ExxonMobil #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #hanjun”

Unless farming improves, water scarcity & high temperatures could reduce rice output in Southeast Asia by about 50% before end of century and the world’s coffee production area would be halved by 2050. #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #hanjun

Via Cornell Daily Sun, By Aliva Das The days of drinking coffee on the way to work or school may be numbered — experts warn that climate change has the power to deplete the production of this much beloved beverage, in addition to many other fan-favorite foods. A book written by a group of CornelliansContinue reading “Unless farming improves, water scarcity & high temperatures could reduce rice output in Southeast Asia by about 50% before end of century and the world’s coffee production area would be halved by 2050. #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #hanjun”

#Indonesia outlined 2022 development goals to fire up the economy and swing the country towards sustainable growth and urban development #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #hanjun

Indonesia prepares to swing their entire administration onto the path of sustainable urban development and growth, focusing its crosshair on clear development targets as it spurs all organs of state marching towards 2022. The development plan sets out specific and measureable targets in areas of unemployment rate, economic growth, human development index, poverty index, agricultureContinue reading “#Indonesia outlined 2022 development goals to fire up the economy and swing the country towards sustainable growth and urban development #SoutheastAsia #Asean #ESG #Sustainability #hanjun”

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