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    Amid today’s dams, the Mekong’s Naga finds its home waters a challenge. Artwork: Thịnh Lê

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    Artwork: Thịnh Lê 

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    The Mekong region’s lower-technology, rich-coloured environment of the past — versus today. Artwork: Thịnh Lê 

  • Myanmar: Trying to playing the sustainability tune? Artwork: 2fight

  • Artwork: Albert Rodriguez

  • What will happen to Cambodia’s Tonle Sap, which is much more than a lake? Artwork: Toch Thina

Southeast Asia: Ways to Tread More Lightly on a Nervous Planet

‘Greener recovery’ and ‘building back better’ may sound like tired slogans to a pandemic-weary public. But the new year is a good time to look at ways of taking better care of our world, through these examples in Vietnam, the Philippines and Cambodia.

Singapore: Greening the Money

Sustainability investing sounds good, and Singapore has been pushing environmental, social and governance standards in business, finance and the economy. But how can sustainability and the quest for profit meet?

IN NUMBERS: THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC IN SOUTHEAST ASIA

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Views and Points

SURVEY SAYS: We Asked Journalists How They See Sustainability in News

Click on our deck of 10 slides to view highlights from Reporting ASEAN’s 2021 survey, which sought journalists’ insights on how they see sustainability as a news topic as well as how their newsrooms discussed it at this time of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Malaysia: A Plastic Pandemic

Many may think that addressing sustainability – whether plastic use or climate change – can come after economic recovery from COVID-19. But they are not separate issues at all.

The S Files: Sustainability in Numbers

The ‘S Files’ looks at varied facets of our ongoing conversation around sustainability.

IN NUMBERS: Southeast Asia’s Online Behaviour

This set of infographics describes how Southeast Asians’ digital lives are: how connected they are, how long they are online, theirs views on misinformation, their age profiles, and more.

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SURVEY SAYS: We Asked Journalists How They See Sustainability in News

Click on our deck of 10 slides to view highlights from Reporting ASEAN’s 2021 survey, which sought journalists’ insights on how they see sustainability as a news topic as well as how their newsrooms discussed it at this time of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Watch: Our Webinar on Reporting Sustainability

‘Sustainability’ has become something of a mantra these days. But how do we break down this big word – used by governments, companies, civil society, development experts 0 into news stories? Watch this recording of Reporting ASEAN’s webinar.

Tools for Journalists

SURVEY SAYS: We Asked Journalists How They See Sustainability in News

Click on our deck of 10 slides to view highlights from Reporting ASEAN’s 2021 survey, which sought journalists’ insights on how they see sustainability as a news topic as well as how their newsrooms discussed it at this time of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Keep Quiet or Speak Up When Someone Sends Unverified Content? Tough.

The results of a Reporting ASEAN survey give interesting views into how Southeast Asians interact with news and misinformation, including amid COVID-19. Plus – a total of 99% said they had ‘average’ to ‘excellent’ skills  in judging the reliability of content.

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