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30 September 2021

Dr. Fraser Thompson discusses Asia Pacific’s biodiversity crisis with CNA

Channel News Asia interviews Dr. Fraser Thompson on the New Nature Economy: Asia's Next Wave report, launched at Ecosperity Week 2021.

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29 September 2021

Launch of New Nature Economy: Asia’s Next Wave at Ecosperity 2021

AlphaBeta, Temasek, and the World Economic Forum launch the New Nature Economy: Asia's Next Wave report at Ecosperity Week 2021.

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29 September 2021

New Nature Economy: Asia’s Next Wave

Temasek, the World Economic Forum, and AlphaBeta's report, New Nature Economy: Asia's Next Wave, outlines a nature-positive future for Asia Pacific.

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27 September 2021

Forests, Food Systems and Livelihoods

AlphaBeta supported the Tropical Forest Alliance in research identifying commodity-driven deforestation as being at the heart of global food system challenges.

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20 July 2021

Social progress in mining-dependent countries

Building on previous research, AlphaBeta's report developed with ICMM finds that life in Mining Dependent Countries (MDCs) has improved significantly in the last 23 years.

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16 July 2021

FIA and AlphaBeta webinar on “The Future of Proteins in Asia”

Food Industry Asia (FIA) and AlphaBeta hosted a webinar to launch "The Future of Proteins in Asia" report, joined by panelists from Cargill, Royal DSM, and Fonterra.

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16 July 2021

The Future of Proteins in Asia

AlphaBeta's Future of Proteins in Asia report developed with Food Industry Asia (FIA) covers key trends influencing protein demand over the next decade.

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11 May 2021

AlphaBeta presents on green recovery at the “Global Academy on the Green Economy”

Ms Genevieve Lim was invited to present AlphaBeta’s work with the Asian Development Bank on the post-COVID green recovery at the "Global Academy on the Green Economy", on May 11, 2021.

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23 March 2021

The economic, social, and environmental benefits of a circular economy in Indonesia

A circular economy approach in five key sectors could increase Indonesia's GDP by IDR593 to 638 trillion (USD42 to 45 billion) in 2030.

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