As Southeast Asia emerges from the pandemic, policymakers at both the regional and national levels must implement a green recovery to future-proof the economy and the health and safety of our people and planet.
Two recent reports point to coal as the most feasible way to meet ASEAN’s rising energy demand. However, the industry cannot spend the next two decades relying on the same technologies it did for the past two.
Around 1.2 billion more people will migrate to urban areas in Asia over the next three to four decades. If the Paris climate agreement is to be a success, it is cities that must drive green solutions.
The Vietnamese Prime Minister has set national targets for renewable energy. It is a sign the Vietnamese government is ready to end Vietnam’s reliance on coal.
Facebook0TwitterReddit0LinkedinemailBy Sarah Caroline Bell Jackie Yap set out to address a major problem facing the residents of the Philippines; the overgrowth of the water hyacinth…