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Impact on Asia: the IPCC climate change report
The world authority on climate science has released its latest climate change report, confirming the undeniable human influence on global warming and the ...
The Little Green Data Book 2013
The Little Green Data Book is a pocket-sized ready reference on key environmental data for over 200 countries. Key indicators are organized under the headings ...
World’s largest, most eco-friendly ship embarks on maiden voyage
Maersk’s first Triple-E container vessel, which boasts of economy of scale, energy efficiency and environmentally improved capabilities, sets sail from ...
Managing floods in a changing climate for a green future
Climate change, population growth, and urbanization are bringing some of the greatest challenges of our time. Just a few days ago we experienced one of the ...
Smart cities for a better world
What defines a smart city? "Put simply, smart cities integrate diverse technologies to reduce its environmental impact and offer its citizens better lives".
Green tech for growth
Green Tech Malaysia is drawing up a low-carbon city framework outlining the steps needed to grow a green city and to measure its environmental impact
Southeast Asia agrees to adopt haze monitoring system
Southeast Asian nations agreed on Wednesday to adopt a new system to improve monitoring of smog caused by fires, an attempt to make plantation companies more ...
UN launches Green Climate Fund with little in its coffers
The Green Climate Fund, designed as the United Nations’ most important funding body in the battle on climate change in developing nations, launched its ...
World Bank to loan Brazil $200 million for green urban development
The World Bank has approved a $200 million loan that will be used to support a sustainable urban development strategy in the Municipality of Belo Horizonte, ...
Korea eyes era of ‘green growth 2.0’
Despite concerns that it has weakened its commitment, Korea remains determined to fight global warming by pushing through carbon reduction projects at home and ...
Mangroves to shield Philippines from Yolanda-like disasters
The Palace said Sunday it will plant more mangrove areas to prevent a repeat of the deadly storm surges that claimed hundreds of lives during Super Typhoon ...
Study on the Potential of Sustainable Energy Financing for Small and Medium Enterprises in China
China has made significant achievements in improving its energy efficiency and reducing its greenhouse gas emissions in recent years, mainly through rolling ...
Businesses in Asia should lead the sustainability movement: experts
Speakers at the recent Responsible Business Forum on Sustainable Development called on the region to drive the change towards a green economy.
Green jobs to flow from carbon price: report
This article was published on February 28, 2011, on ABC News (http://www.abc.net.au).
Green growth and Development Quarterly (Volume 1 Issue 4, July 2013)
Published by The Energy and Resources Institute (TERI), the Green Growth and Development Quarterly aims to understand the many facets of inclusive and green ...
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Managing floods in a changing climate for a green future

Climate change, population growth, and urbanization are bringing some of the greatest challenges of our time. Just a few days ago we experienced one of the most powerful storms in history, Super Typhoon Haiyan, which devastated the Philippines, killing thousands. The same storm also affected northern parts of Viet Nam and the People’s Republic of China.

Posted by Trang Tran at Dec 05, 2013 10:35 AM |
UN launches Green Climate Fund with little in its coffers

The Green Climate Fund, designed as the United Nations’ most important funding body in the battle on climate change in developing nations, launched its headquarters on Wednesday in South Korea, but uncertainty over finances clouded the event.

Posted by Trang Tran at Dec 05, 2013 10:16 AM |
Filed under: Policy, Carbon, Climate Change
Businesses in Asia should lead the sustainability movement: experts

Speakers at the recent Responsible Business Forum on Sustainable Development called on the region to drive the change towards a green economy.

Posted by Trang Tran at Dec 05, 2013 10:13 AM |
Mangroves to shield Philippines from Yolanda-like disasters

The Palace said Sunday it will plant more mangrove areas to prevent a repeat of the deadly storm surges that claimed hundreds of lives during Super Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) earlier this month.

Posted by Trang Tran at Nov 26, 2013 09:15 AM |
Korea eyes era of ‘green growth 2.0’

Despite concerns that it has weakened its commitment, Korea remains determined to fight global warming by pushing through carbon reduction projects at home and boosting international cooperation, the nation’s ambassador for climate change said.

Posted by Trang Tran at Nov 13, 2013 10:34 AM |
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