By J. Jackson Ewing | 12 June 2012
The upcoming UN Conference on Sustainable Development, or Rio+20, will be the latest in decades of global discussions seeking to balance economic, social and environmental considerations through international policy strategies.
By Dr Ken Koyama, IEEJ | 12 June 2012
Slowdown of Chinese economic growth has attracted global attention.
By Melissa Low, Energy Analyst, Energy Studies Institute, National University of Singapore | 12 June 2012
ASEAN's effort towards creating a balanced energy mix and sustainable energy for all is multifaceted.
Singapore took another step forward towards becoming a clean energy hub in Asia-Pacific with a recent foundation laying ceremony held for the CGNPC Singapore Photoelectricity-Biomass Energy Integrated Power Generation Project in Singapore.
By Energy Market Authority | 24 May 2012
The age of cheap energy is over. Global energy prices will remain the single greatest threat to energy security in the 21st century. Read what Southeast Asia is doing to tackle these challenges.
By United Nations Development Programme | 24 May 2012
UNDP's report shares that APAC countries will have to adopt "greener" and more efficient energy generation and usage to ensure sustainable and clean growth.
By TED Talks | 24 May 2012
American environmental scientist Amory Lovins speaks of how today's energy systems are inefficient and ageing, but a cheaper and more efficient system can be put in place by 2050, with help from private enterprise and civil society.