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DBS commits to zero thermal coal exposure by 2039 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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DBS commits to zero thermal coal exposure by 2039

DBS Bank will limit transactions with customers who derive a significant portion of their revenue from thermal coal, in a move to tackle climate change and work towards lower carbon emissions.

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World's biggest wealth fund strikes a milestone green deal

Norway’s US$1.3 trillion ($1.74 trillion) wealth fund has just made its first investment in clean energy infrastructure, more than a year after it was given the go-ahead to move into the asset clas

Wilmar obtains second sustainability-linked loan from OCBC totalling US$150 mil - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Wilmar obtains second sustainability-linked loan from OCBC totalling US$150 mil

Wilmar International has secured a US$150 million ($202.15 million) sustainability-linked loan from OCBC Bank.

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Olam secures US$1.45 bil facility for its sustainability-oriented supply chain platform

Olam International has secured a US$1.45 billion facility to help fund activities carried out over its AtSource sustainability insights platform.

ComfortDelGro and Engie to jointly bid for tenders in EV charging field - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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ComfortDelGro and Engie to jointly bid for tenders in EV charging field

ComfortDelGro (CDG) has partnered French energy giant ENGIE to jointly bid for tenders in the green electric vehicle (EV) charging field.

Green fingers for GKE as it moves into indoor farming, obtains licence from SFA  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Green fingers for GKE as it moves into indoor farming, obtains licence from SFA

Warehousing and logistics company GKE Corporation, via its wholly-owned subsidiary GKE Agritech, has received its farm licence from the Singapore Food Authority to commercialise indoor farming. 

More than 8 in 10 of local asset managers see  ESG investing as future growth driver - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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More than 8 in 10 of local asset managers see ESG investing as future growth driver

As local oil trading firm Hin Leong winds up after nearly six decades of operation, it is difficult not to see this moment as the end of an era.

Who will pay the price of sustainability? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Who will pay the price of sustainability?

Building sustainable businesses is the central challenge of our time, but nobody said it would be easy. The business world currently sees sustainability as being consistent with business needs.

Singapore growing 'green node' for Asia's sustainability efforts: DPM Heng - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Singapore growing 'green node' for Asia's sustainability efforts: DPM Heng

Singapore is growing a green node for sustainability efforts in Asia and can be a marketplace for carbon credits, says Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat.

DBS Private Bank aims to have more than 50% of AUM in sustainable investments by 2023 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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DBS Private Bank aims to have more than 50% of AUM in sustainable investments by 2023

DBS Private Bank announced on March 19, that it plans to further its sustainability agenda by having more than 50% of its assets under management (AUM) in sustainable investments by 2023, up from i

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