sustainable development

Shaping A Sustainable Future For People And Planet

Research conducted in Vietnam indicates that supporting sustainable food production and consumption practices can help pave the way for improving both human and environmental health.

Four Asian Scientists Named 2021 Pew Marine Fellows

As Pew Marine Fellows, four researchers from Japan, Indonesia, Singapore and China will address some of the biggest challenges facing our oceans.

Two From Asia Win UNESCO’s Man And The Biosphere Young Scientists Awards

Two early-career scientists from Indonesia and the Philippines were recognized for their efforts to promote sustainable development in ecosystems.

Investing With A Green Focus

Companies are increasingly considering environmental factors when making investment decisions, said experts at a two-day SMU workshop on sustainable finance.

Winners Of Malaysia’s 2017 L’Oréal-UNESCO Fellowship Announced

Ho Weang Kee, Jasy Liew Suet Yan and Teh Su Yean have won this year’s L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science Fellowship Awards in Malaysia.

Renewable Energy For The Philippines Through Second-Gen Biomass

Elmar Villota hopes to strengthen renewable energy capabilities in the Philippines through research into converting second-generation biomass to biofuels and other useful products.

Power-Sharing Model Could Widen Energy Access In ASEAN

ASEAN firms should be allowed to sell electricity across borders like in Europe, say experts—but setting up a transboundary grid across islands remains a major challenge.

$25K ASEAN-US Science Prize For Women Scientists Leading Climate Change Fight

The US$25,000 ASEAN-U.S. Science Prize for Women will recognize an early to mid-career woman scientist from the ASEAN region whose research focuses on sustainable energy.