46 wins big for Sustainable Development Goals
The Award were in conjunction with the 10th Asia Pacific CSR Forum, themed 'Unlocking the Business Potential in Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), organised by Asia Pacific CSR Council and Institute of Sustainability
LeBLANC Recognised With Commonwealth Excellence At Commonwealth Youth Summit
Maintaining the streak of acknowledgement and recognition, LeBLANC adds on another well deserving recognition when the organisation was acknowledged and recognised with the Commonwealth Excellence recognition
Limkokwing University hosts memorable 2017 Commonwealth Youth Summit
Limkokwing University proudly hosted the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Summit on 4 & 5 November 2017, organised by the Commonwealth Youth Council in partnership with the Commonwealth Secretariat and the Malaysian Government.
Sustainable Urban Transport Summit
Asia Pacific CSR Council and Malaysia Digital Chamber of Commerce (MDCC) organizing the inaugural Sustainable Urban Transport Summit on 5-6 September 2017 at Matrade Exhibition & Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur.,
Scania Malaysia Wins Safety Awards
Malaysia won the Excellence in Commercial Trucking Safety award at a ceremony held in conjunction with the Sustainable Urban Transport Summit 2017. The award was presented to Scania Malaysia by Transport Minister Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai..
6th Asia Pacific CSR Forum - The Green World Forum Taiwan 2017
We live in significant times. In 2015, the United Nations (UN) evolved the Millennium Development Goals by adopting the Sustainable Development Goals. In 2016, the UN formulated the Paris Climate Agreement and 194 nations had signed it by 2017.
Carlsberg CEO says food packaging reuse is one of most effective steps to more sustainable future
Exclusive: Cees’t Hart says mantra he lives by is ‘reduce, reuse, recycle and rethink’ In June Carlsberg launched a campaign to crack down on its carbon footprint and water waste..
A foodie weekend in Abergavenny, gateway to the Brecons
But changes also need to be made on a larger scale. Some bodies recognise this. Faced with the growing social and environmental costs of industrial farming, the European Union adopted
The idea that a vineyard’s soil lends a wine its flavour is becoming increasingly popular – but is there any scientific basis?
“Soil, not grapes, is the latest must-know when choosing a wine,” Bloomberg has proclaimed. Meanwhile, wine writer Alice Feiring has published a book which helps drinkers choose their tipple.
Alien apocalypse: Can any civilization make it through climate change?
In the face of climate change, deforestation and biodiversity loss, creating a sustainable version of civilization is one of humanity’s most urgent tasks. But when confronting this immense challenge,
Dolphins deliberately killed for use as bait in global fisheries
Important new research released ahead of World Oceans Day exposes the widespread practice of killing aquatic mammals such as dolphins, sea lions, seals and otters for use as bait
Patenting marine genetic resources: Who owns ocean biodiversity?
Marine organisms have evolved to thrive in various ocean environments, resulting in unique adaptations that make them the object of commercial interest. Researchers from the Stockholm Resilience Centre