Deforestation and the Palm Oil Industry

The declining deforestation rate could not have happened without the commitment and drive of the Indonesian palm oil community.

#OPINION

Real Recovery Calls for the Restoration of Our Ecosystems

We need to especially look at how we approach our water and energy resources, two of our most crucial environmental pillars.

JUNE 04 #ENVIRONMENT

Putting Women at the Center of Asia’s Pandemic Recovery

Even before the pandemic, women in Asia and the Pacific were already at clear disadvantage in the labor market.

JUNE 04 #ECONOMY

We Need to Close The Vaccination Gap

We need global multilateral action to increase the production of vaccines and accelerate the rollout worldwide.

JUNE 03 #HEALTH

Security vs. Complexity: The Key Battleground of the Hybrid Cloud Era

Disconnected security strategies and technologies pose the greatest digital security challenge we’re facing today

JUNE 02 #TECH

Trust Matters

Trust is key in shaping the interplay between societal norms and technology to unlock global economic growth in the upcoming years.

MAY 18 #TECH

The Private Sector’s Climate Opportunities

Reducing emissions globally depends on the private sector recognizing the commercial opportunities that sustainability presents.

APRIL 27 #ENVIRONMENT

VISION

Chicken Swap: W. Java District Offers Unique Vaccination Deal to Reluctant Elderly

Officials in a West Java subdistrict turns to an uncommon tactic by offering a live chicken in exchange for a Covid-19 immunization shot.

#EYEWITNESS

Where Public and Private Meet: How Can Indonesia’s e-KTP Help Citizens and Businesses?

Digital IDs make sure everyone has a way of verifying their identity to transact with the public and private sectors online.

APRIL 16 #TECH

Sumatra’s India Connect (2)

The inauguration of Little India in Medan by the city authorities in 2018 signaled the recognition of contribution made by Indian Sumatrans.

MARCH 19 #HISTORY

Red Packets: The Starting Line for Children’s Financial Education

Growing up in a cashless society with fewer opportunities to handle banknotes makes it harder for children to understand money.

FEBRUARY 19 #COMMENTARY

Sumatra’s Indian Connect

Sumatra was the first region in Indonesia to welcome Indians several centuries ago.

FEBRUARY 14 #SOCIAL

M-Commerce: How Fashion Is Leveraging Tech to Attract Millennials, Gen-Zs

The social aspect of trading, environmental consciousness, and the opportunities to make money is driving fashion reselling trend.

FEBRUARY 05 #COMMENTARY

Central Europe Stands as a Community of Shared Aspirations

"We know perhaps better than others the high price one must pay for defending values."

FEBRUARY 03 #INTERNATIONAL

The Strong Potential for Economic Growth within Central Europe

The strength of Poland -- and the entire CEE region -- is largely due to the number of fast-growing tech companies within the area.

FEBRUARY 03 #TRADE

"Greed is Good; Green is Great": Towards Optimizing Sustainable Investment in Indonesia

Profit motivation is the grease of our economy, creating the financial system and institutions, and crowding the market.

JANUARY 27 #ENVIRONMENT

Driving Innovation and Digital Transformation in Indonesia’s Logistics Sector

Indonesia has the highest logistics costs in Asia, accounting for nearly one-quarter (24 percent) of the country’s GDP.

JANUARY 20 #TRANSPORTATION

Will India Become a Leading Agricultural Power?

India’s agriculture policy saw its genesis when the country was a food-deficit nation.

JANUARY 14 #INTERNATIONAL

Architectural Perspective on Zero Waste

A Balinese architect follows his cardinal rule: “Do not create waste during the design process.”

JANUARY 14 #ENVIRONMENT

Last-Minute Rescue for the Environment

President-elect Joe Biden is expected to reverse Trump administration's policies on climate change.

DECEMBER 22 #ENVIRONMENT

Leadership in a Crisis

In a democratic country, public trust is the most important currency and Jokowi has earned it, again.

DECEMBER 17 #POLICY