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Environmental, Social and Governance

Trade goes on with emerging products like biofuels

Singapore is supporting local traders expanding into new trading products in its efforts to deepen and widen trade flows.

Environmental, Social and Governance

How Singapore's gas infrastructure could accelerate a low-carbon future

Evolving hydrogen technologies provide a further synergy with the region’s existing energy infrastructure

Environmental, Social and Governance

SGX wins "Exchange of the Year"; ESGenome portal lauded

SGX notes that ESG reporting has become both complex and crucial for companies and their investors.

Environmental, Social and Governance

Geneco believes Singaporeans will want to pay more for green power

After a wave of electricity retailer exits, now is the time for retailers to “add value” for their customers, says Geneco's CEO.
Greening businesses and countries will take time: Temasek CEO - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Environmental, Social and Governance

Greening businesses and countries will take time: Temasek CEO

Investors must consider their mandates and what they aim to deliver, says Temasek’s CEO Dilhan Pillay Sandrasegara.

Environmental, Social and Governance

Biden, Jokowi unveil US$20 billion deal to end coal in Indonesia

The effort "can truly transform Indonesia’s power sector from coal to renewables"

Environmental, Social and Governance

Sembcorp to acquire India renewable energy portfolio for $474 million

Including Vector Green, Sembcorp’s gross renewables portfolio installed and under development in India will total 3GW

Environmental, Social and Governance

TCFD: Asia Pacific is the second-best region at reporting climate disclosures

Since 2017, the TCFD has issued five annual status reports describing companies’ alignment with the TCFD recommendations.
Sembcorp Industries is 'greenwashing' with sale of coal-fired plants in India, London think-tank says - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Environmental, Social and Governance

Sembcorp Industries is 'greenwashing' with sale of coal-fired plants in India, academics say

Detractors say SLBs have become yet another way for companies to secure cheaper financing
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