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By |2019-03-25T16:41:15+07:00March 25th, 2019|Documentation, News|

[Denpasar - Bali] Untuk keempat kalinya Indonesia Social Investment Forum (ISIF) diselenggarakan oleh Social Investment Indonesia (SII), yang pada tahun ini mengambil tema sentral “Investasi Sosial Perusahaan untuk Pencapaian SDGs – Maksimalisasi Manfaat untuk Masyarakat, Perusahaan dan Pemerintah.” Tema seputar Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) atau Tujuan Pembangunan Berkelanjutan (TPB) ini dipilih mengingat sampai tahun [...]

Begini Transformasi Gerakan Rejosokita Menjadi Forum Peduli DAS Rejoso

By |2019-02-21T09:44:58+07:00February 21st, 2019|News|

Reporter : Ajo Editor : Agus Hariyanto Pasuruan, Kabarpas.com – Mengawali tahun 2019 Gerakan RejosoKita semakin serius mempersiapkan format kelembagaan baru untuk mengawal upaya perlindungan dan pelestarian DAS Rejoso secara berkelanjutan, yang ditandai dengan peresmian Forum Peduli DAS Rejoso. Acara tersebut digelar di Pendopo Agung, Desa Wonokitri, Kecamatan Tosari, Kabupaten Pasuruan. Peresmian ini sekaligus sebagai [...]

The Miracle Method for Sustainable Rice – and Bigger Harvests

By |2019-02-01T13:28:05+07:00February 1st, 2019|News|

The fragrant jasmine rice growing on the left side of Kreaougkra Junpeng’s five-acre field stands nearly five feet tall. Each plant has 15 or more tillers, or stalks, and the grains hang heavy from them. The Thai farmer says this will be his best-ever harvest in 30 years and he will reap it four weeks [...]

World GDP Forecasts for 2030

By |2019-01-23T11:54:51+07:00January 23rd, 2019|News|

Standard Chartered forecasts the top 10 countries in the world by purchasing power parity GDP in 2030. 1. China: $64.2 trillion 2. India: $46.3 trillion 3. US: $31 trillion 4. Indonesia: $10.1 trillion 5. Turkey: $9.1 trillion 6. Brazil: $8.6 trillion 7. Egypt: $8.2 trillion 8. Russia: $7.9 trillion 9. Japan: $7.2 trillion 10. [...]

Sustainability Reporting: 4 Things Companies Get Wrong

By |2018-11-15T11:10:34+07:00November 15th, 2018|News|

From 100-page disclosures to a lack of standardisation in reports, here are four essential mistakes that companies make in their sustainability reports, according to GRI chief Tim Mohin. Southeast Asia is witnessing a rapid increase in sustainability reporting with 500 per cent growth in the number of companies producing reports over the last six years, according to [...]

Gove’s Farming Bill is More Chaff than Wheat Catherine Broomfield

By |2018-09-17T16:05:54+07:00September 20th, 2018|News|

We need to break the link between corporate interests and agriculture. Mixed, sustainable farming is the way forward Michael Gove’s agriculture bill – the first such legislation since 1947 – is not before time. It sets out to replace the existing agriculture subsidy systems, based on direct payment for acres owned, to a system that [...]

EU Climate Law Could Cause ‘Catastrophic’ Deforestation

By |2018-09-17T13:36:46+07:00September 19th, 2018|News|

World’s carbon sinks are at risk because the law will count energy from burning trees as carbon neutral, say climate scientists Senior climate scientists say that the world’s carbon sinks could be facing a grave threat from a wholly unexpected source: the EU’s renewable energy directive. The climate law could suck in as much imported [...]

High Ice and Hard Truth: the Poets Taking on Climate Change

By |2018-09-17T12:00:24+07:00September 18th, 2018|News|

Greenland poet Aka Niviana’s way of life is disappearing as her country thaws, while the subsequent meltwater threatens Kathy Jetnil-Kijiner and her fellow Marshall Islanders thousands of miles away. Their joint trip to the melting glaciers inspired a climate call to arms by Bill McKibben High up on a melting Greenland glacier, at the end of [...]

Single Use Plastic Bottles Banned from Half Marathon in London

By |2018-09-14T14:38:45+07:00September 15th, 2018|News|

Runners will not be able to refill bottles, with water distributed in pouches made from seaweed instead. The capital’s first marathon event pledging to be completely free of “single use” plastic drinks bottles is to take place in north-west London. The Harrow half marathon on Sunday 16 September will be the first time that London has staged a single use [...]

‘My soul, where are you?’: families of Muslims missing in China meet wall of silence

By |2018-09-14T14:22:56+07:00September 14th, 2018|News|

An estimated 1 million Muslims are being held in re-education camps in Xinjiang. Across the border in Kazakhstan, there’s a desperate wait for news of Uighurs, Kazakhs and other minorities by Lily Kuo in Shelek, Kazakhstan   For more than a year, *Farkhad, 39, has lived with the uncertainty that his wife Mariam may be dead. *Mariam, [...]

An Economic Hit Man Confesses and Calls to Action | John Perkins | TEDxTraverseCity

By |2018-09-12T10:16:23+07:00September 12th, 2018|News|

John Perkins mengguncang dunia ketika buku pertamanya, Confession of an Economic Hitman terbit di tahun 2004. Buku yang membongkar bagaimana AS membujuk, dengan data dan analisis, negara-negara berkembang untuk meminjam uang untuk mega-projek pembangunan, memekerjakan perusahaan AS untuk menjalankan mega-projek itu, untuk memastikan pembagian keuntungan yang timpang. AS jauh lebih mendapatkan untung dibandingkan [...]

Air Pollution Air Pollution Killed my Daughter – and Now I can Prove It

By |2018-09-07T14:10:35+07:00September 12th, 2018|News|

Rosamund Kissi-Debrah If illegal levels of air pollution had a role in Ella’s death, a new inquest could help save other children. My beloved nine-year old daughter Ella Roberta was a bubbly, healthy and happy child, yet she died on 15 February 2013. It all started with a chest infection in October 2010, which led to Ella [...]

Climate Change will Make Hundreds of Millions More People Nutrient Deficient

By |2018-09-07T14:03:01+07:00September 10th, 2018|News|

Crops grown in a high CO2 atmosphere are less nutritious, containing less protein, zinc and iron Rising levels of carbon dioxide could make crops less nutritious and damage the health of hundreds of millions of people, research has revealed, with those living in some of the world’s poorest regions likely to be hardest hit. Previous [...]

Maize, Rice, Wheat: Alarm at Rising Climate Risk to Vital Crops

By |2018-09-07T13:57:09+07:00September 8th, 2018|News|

Simultaneous harvest failures in key regions would bring global famine, says the Met Office Governments may be seriously underestimating the risks of crop disasters occurring in major farming regions around the world, a study by British researchers has found. The newly published research, by Met Office scientists, used advanced climate modelling to show that extreme [...]