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Aerial photo of a post-nickel mining area in North Konawe, Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia. Part of the area has been reclaimed. Jojon/Spt/ANTARAFOTO

8 ways to ensure Indonesia’s nickel sector is sustainable

Controversies haunt Indonesia’s ambition for nickel processing. It’s time Indonesia move away from supplying electric vehicle battery material narrative and focus on sustainability.
Many have argued the energy industry needs to change to reduce carbon emissions, but one concern that remains is the consequence this will have on economic prosperity. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Renewable energy innovation isn’t just good for the climate — it’s also good for the economy

Recent research about energy industry restructuring options for a green transition indicates that innovation in renewable energy positively influences GDP.
To achieve a sustainable future that benefits Canadians, a coordinated response from households, businesses and the government is essential. (Shutterstock)

Canada needs to set its businesses up for success in the clean energy transition

In the fact of economic uncertainty, one question remains: Is it worth investing in a more sustainable Canada, or will it become just another economic burden?
A farmer walks on a marshy shore of a river polluted by oil spills in Nigeria’s Niger delta, region. Pius Utomi Ekpei/ AFP

Greenwashing: energy companies make false claims about sustainability – they should be held to account

Energy firms are likely to lie about their corporate social responsibility to the environment. Their deception can be turned around for good if they are held accountable.
Funding still hinders energy transition. Singkham/Pexels

How crowdfunding could raise US$12 billion to boost renewable energy access in Indonesia

Funding is still central in developing new and renewable energy in Indonesia. Research shows that Indonesia could raise US$12.29 billion per year from public fundraising.

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