Photographing the earth from space means more to us now than ever before. Space data feeds the increasing number of models, tools, products, and services that have mainly been created for breaching connectivity gaps and preventing natural disasters.… Read More
This video-map starts in Singapore and a map of its land reclamations that increased Singapore by over 20 percent since independence. The Riau islands are shown of which a number already vanished due to sand mining often seen as related to illegal extraction that followed the export ban of sand to Singapore of a number of Southeast Asian countries.… Read More
By: Qiu Quan Kua
Environment, Social and Governance (ESG) criteria are widely used by investors (investment funds, pension funds, institutional investors etc.) to gauge the operations of their investee companies, and by companies to gauge their own performance.… Read More
History of CSR in Myanmar
- There is little understanding of the concept of CSR, indicating a need for training
- CSR is primarily thought of as philanthropy in Myanmar
- Buddhist influence morally encourages donations of money, goods and services
- Entrenchment of values encouraging willingness to share
- CSR is seen as a fashionable concept and is certainly seen as the right thing to do
Legal framework and Initiatives:
- Child Labour and Forced Labour
Child and forced labour are enormous issues in Myanmar.
Running for Resources Again?
As industrialization took off in Europe at the 19th Century, Imperialists rushed to Africa to ensure the natural resources necessary for powering the metropole. Violence and deep exploitation followed, completely impeding the development of the African countries.… Read More