More: ESG

Circular Economy and SDGs Goals: A Case Study in the Textile Industry in Indonesia

Circular economy is a tool needed to enhance decision-making capabilities related to environment, social, and governance (ESG) to achieve sustainable development goals (SDGs). In the...

The Body Shop’s Bankruptcy: Impact of ESG implementation?

The Body Shops (or abbreviated as TBS) is a cosmetics company founded by Dame Anita Lucia Roddick or known as Anita Roddick in 1976...

Integrating ESG Factors into Sustainable Finance: Current Practices and Future Directions

Sustainable finance has gained significant traction in recent years as the global community grapples with pressing environmental and social challenges. Central to the sustainable...

The Vital Role of Government in Advancing ESG Investment Through Fintech in Developing Countries

Authors: Tuhu Nugraha and Annanias Shinta D* Investments based on Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) criteria are becoming increasingly important in the sustainable development agenda,...

Metaverse: Enhancing ESG Awareness Through Virtual Simulation in the Mining Industry

In today's digital era, technology has brought significant changes to various sectors, including the mining industry. One of the latest promising innovations is the...

Pioneering Sustainable Travel Solutions in Developing Countries, Part 1

Tourism in developing countries is a crucial contributor to foreign exchange earnings and economic growth, involving key sectors such as services, transportation, and hospitality,...

Indonesia and Nickel: Tracing the Path of Sustainability Through ESG Implementation

Nickel is an essential element in the global industry, used in the production of everything from stainless steel to electric car batteries. In line...

ESG Approach in Preserving Mangroves in Developing Countries Part II

Authors: Tuhu Nugraha and Dina Kosasih* Boasting the world's largest expanse of mangrove forests, Indonesia shoulders an immense responsibility in safeguarding this ecological treasure. Yet,...

Technology and Nature: ESG Approach in Preserving Mangroves in Developing Countries Part I

Authors: Tuhu Nugraha and Dina Kosasih* Indonesia, with the world's second-longest coastline stretching 95,181 km, is the proud custodian of a unique mangrove ecosystem. The...

Creating a Culture of Sustainability: ESG as a Guiding Principle

In an ever-changing world, businesses are embracing environmental, social, and corporate governance (ESG) principles to navigate the complexities of the modern marketplace. It’s a...

Latest

The Armenian–Azerbaijani bilateral track: From tangible results to a possible breakthrough

Azerbaijan’s decisive victory in the 2020 Second Karabakh War...

Health and Habitat: A Holistic Approach to Climate Policies for All Earth’s Inhabitants

Our world is, our outright irreplaceable home, sending unmistakable...

Iran president, Foreign Minister killed in tragic helicopter crash

In a tragic helicopter crash, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi...

ICC Chief Prosecutor seeking arrest warrants for Netanyahu and Hamas leaders

The Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Karim...

Subscribe

spot_imgspot_img