Source: CDP Date: September 2020  Water pollution is an invisible crisis posing serious risks to societies, economies and to business. The apparel and textiles sector has a vital role to play in reducing water pollution at the scale and pace urgently needed. However, many companies in...
Source: The Jakarta Post Date: 29 September 2020  Global warming is making the oceans more stable, increasing surface temperatures and reducing the carbon they can absorb, according to research published Monday by climate scientists who warned that the findings have "profound and troubling...
Source: Katadata Date: 18 September 2020 Sedikitnya ada empat sektor menjanjikan untuk Impact investing dalam mendukung pembangunan Indonesia yang berkelanjutan. Pembangunan berkelanjutan membutuhkan sokongan modal. Salah satu sumber pendanaan untuk mewujudkan hal tersebut melalui impact invest...
Source: The Conversation Date: 12 August 2020  The disposal of plastics is a global problem. They are nearly indestructible in natural conditions but are discarded worldwide on a large scale. The world produces around 359 million metric tons of plastics each year. Nature cannot address the...
Source: The ASEAN Post Date: 10 September 2020  The COVID-19 crisis has laid bare the importance of access to clean water, sanitation, and hygiene. As we all know now, hand washing is one of the best frontline defenses against the virus. Yet three billion people – almost half of the world'...
Source: Göttingen University Date: 27 August 2020  International team led by Göttingen University investigates effects on local water cycle While high greenhouse gas emissions and biodiversity loss are often associated with rapid land-use change in Indonesia, impacts on local water cy...
Source: World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Date: 20 August 2020  Access to adequate water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) embodies a fun- damental human right recognized by the United Nations General Assembly. Technology often plays an important role by providing resource-...
Source: Pursuit Date: 12 August 2020  Climate extremes are not going away during the pandemic, testing water management to its limits. We need robust inter-disciplinary solutions from climate and social scientists, engineers and lawyers. The United Nations recently announced that prog...
Source: Channel News Asia Date: 3 August 2020 The Australian bushfires from September last year to early February are proof to many people that man-made or "anthropogenic" climate change is real and threatening. But for some Australians involved in the coal-mining industry, the fires seeme...
Source: The Conversation Date: 10 July 2020 Each year, the total amount of electric and electronic equipment the world uses grows by 2.5 million tonnes. Phones, radios, toys, laptops – if it has a power or battery supply it's likely to join a growing mountain of "e-waste" after use. In 2019 alo...
Source: The Jakarta Post Date: 15 July 2020 Emissions of methane -- a planet-warming gas several times more potent than carbon dioxide -- have risen by nine percent in a decade driven by mankind's insatiable hunger for energy and food, a major international study concluded Wednesday. Methane (C...
Source: ARUP, AnteaGroup and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation Date: October 2018 Water systems intersect with all sections of society and industry and opportunities exist in these interfaces to create additional value by application of Circular Economy principles. This white paper postulates...
Source: The World Bank Date: 22 June 2020 The Indonesia Public Expenditure Review (PER) aims to support the Government of Indonesia in identifying key constraints to efficient and effective public spending and offer ways to improve the spending quality to achieve Indonesia's development objecti...
Source: World BankDate: 22 June 2020 Every industry, sector, and economy has suffered from the devastating effects of COVID-19. The irrigation and drainage (I&D) sector is no exception, as the pandemic continues to have complex and far-reaching impacts across the water-energy-ecosystem-food nexu...
Abstract This international literature review of the tourism–water nexus identifies a gender gap. Tourism development can affect water supply both quantitatively and qualitatively. Many regions will face considerable problems of water availability and quality, affecting their tourism sector and incr...