Preparing Resilient Cities for Our Climate Reality

For Indonesia to achieve climate resilience, it needs to focus on urban water management, sustainable cooling and ensuring water-smart home.

#ENVIRONMENT

Galvanize Cloud Adoption to Power Indonesia’s Digital Economy

Indonesia’s public cloud market is expected to grow from $0.2 billion in 2018 to $0.8 billion in 2023.

OCTOBER 13 #TECH

Beyond Telemedicine: New Frontiers of Healthtech in Southeast Asia

Investor sentiment in healthtech has never been better as it is currently sitting at an all-time high.

OCTOBER 08 #HEALTH

Making Indonesia 4.0 by Building a Smart Logistics Ecosystem

Indonesian logistics companies now face a litmus test for their adaptability.

OCTOBER 01 #OPINION

Green Buildings Play a Key Role in Strengthening Our resilience to Climate Change

The buildings and construction sector accounted for 38 percent of total global energy-related carbon dioxide emissions in 2019.

SEPTEMBER 22 #ENVIRONMENT

Will Digital Innovation Unleash New Growth?

For Indonesia to escape middle income trap, we need to kickstart new growth cycles by using 4th generation technological innovations.

SEPTEMBER 10 #ECONOMY

Unfolding the “Social Distancing Saga”

How Indonesia’s responses to the Covid-19 situation reflects the underlying problems of its legal system.

AUGUST 30 #POLICY

VISION

Covid-19 Mass Vaccination for Refugees, Asylum Seekers

About 600 refugees and asylum seekers from 13 countries have signed up to get their first Covid-19 jab.

#EYEWITNESS

Covid-19 Mass Vaccination for Refugees, Asylum Seekers

About 600 refugees and asylum seekers from 13 countries have signed up to get their first Covid-19 jab.

October 11 #EYEWITNESS

Future-Proof Industrial Sites to Cater to the Rise of Electric Trucks in Indonesia

Indonesia has set a target of having 20 percent of its vehicle production be comprised of electric and hybrid vehicles by 2025.

AUGUST 24 #TECH

How Does the Indonesian Paper and Pulp Industry Alter Public Perceptions in its Sustainability Journey?

Speaking from on-the-ground visits this summer in Indonesia, I discovered that paper products come from sustainably managed plantations.

AUGUST 13 #OPINION

Indonesia Doesn’t Pretend Palm Oil Industry Has Been Without Problems

The US and the ILO are collaborating with the government to improve workers' rights across the sector as part of a two-year program.

AUGUST 13 #PALM OIL OPINIONS

APAC: Security in Today’s Hybrid Workplace

Businesses should invest in the right technology to enable their workers to be productive and collaborate securely.

AUGUST 09 #OPINION

Sustainability, Productivity Go Hand in Hand: How Indonesian Smallholders Are Leading the Way

Approximately 2.67 million smallholder farmers comprise 40 percent of total oil palm plantation land in Indonesia.

AUGUST 05 #PALM OIL OPINIONS

Carbon Transition Presents Opportunity for Transformation and Growth

The carbon transition is accelerating, and every company needs to play a role.

JULY 27 #COMMENTARY

ISPO, Smallholders, and Sustainable Development

Palm oil has proven itself to significantly spur economic and social development among small farmers.

JULY 17 #OPINION

What’s Next for the Emerging Market Recovery?

Emerging markets, in general, have shown sustained resilience in managing and adapting to Covid-19.

JULY 12 #ECONOMY

Driving Indonesia’s Recovery Calls for a Robust Agri-Food Industry

The agri-food sector is responsible for more than half of the nation’s workforce.

JULY 07 #ECONOMY

ISPO Assures Palm Oil Worker Rights

Indonesia is the first country in the Asia-Pacific region to ratify all of International Labor Organization’s core treaties.

JUNE 25 #PALM OIL OPINIONS

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.

JUNE 04 #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