How can paying for the bus with plastic bottles help ASEAN solve its waste crisis? Zoe Croucher explores innovative solutions from Surayaba, Indonesia’s second largest city, which are helping move the city towards its target of becoming plastic free by 2020 as an example for the region.
“Renewable energy investments must be prioritised. And it must be a cornerstone of the region’s agenda in building a climate-resilient ASEAN.”
Thomas Da Jose writes on why ASEAN must prioritise investment in renewable energy, not just to combat climate change but to ensure the economic growth and energy security of the region.
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