Walking the talk on sustainability is more than avoiding single-use plastic. We can watch what and how we eat, shop clothes, bags, and shoes, only when we need them (and reuse!), and be wiser when deciding to make trips. We can also learn to sequestrate our carbon emission. Find out more in Sustainability Booklet Series 6: Walking the Talk on Sustainability.
Humans depend on energy to live. Energy powers our electricity, industry, mobility, and much more. Find all the answers to your questions on renewable energy in Sustainability Booklet Series 5: Energy.
Urban populations play a significant role in tackling the effect of climate change as well as resolving issues related to living in the city, such as air pollution, mobility, water depletion and waste management. What can we do to about it? Find the answers in Sustainability Booklet Series 4: Cities.
Forest provides livelihood to local and indigenous communities all over Indonesia. Forests are also home to biodiversity, which balances the ecosystem. But deforestation rate in Indonesia is threatening. Find all the answers to your questions on forest and peatland in Sustainability Booklet Series 3: Forest and Peatland.
What are the challenges faced by our ocean today? What can be done to help the ocean? Find the answers in Sustainability Booklet Series 2: Ocean.
Do you know that the average Earth temperature has increased by about 0.8 degree Celsius since 1880? What is causing the temperature rise? What causes greenhouse gas emissions? If we continue to emit greenhouse gas emissions, what's going to happen? Find the answers in Sustainability Booklet Series 1: Climate Crisis.
The Earth temperature has continued to rise since pre-industrial times. Human activity continues to increase the amount of carbon emissions, along with an increase in population and human needs. Increased emissions also lead to an increase in our earth's temperature.
Palm oil has long been considered as commodities that destroy the environment. Environmental dan social problems are often associated in palm oil production. The question now is, do we really have to avoid palm oil?
More than 360 companies have committed to eliminating deforestation from their supply chains by 2020. Most will miss this target. The complexity of agricultural supply chains, such as in palm oil—which contain a labyrinth of intermediaries between farm and final product—makes achieving this goal exceedingly difficult.