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A credit to the community

With carbon credit trading getting off the ground in Thailand, the community responsible for Ban Ton Phueng community forest in Tambon Mae Pong, Chiang Mai province, is hoping its efforts to manage carbon emissions will help generate income.

Indonesia Revokes More Than 2,000 Mining, Forestry Permits

Indonesia’s leader announced Thursday that his administration was revoking more than 2,000 mining and forest-use permits to correct inequality and protect the environment, two months after he signed global pacts to reduce deforestation and coal-fueled power plants.

Ensure stable power supply amid Indonesia coal export ban: solon

A lawmaker on Thursday called on the government to ensure that the country’s power supply derived from the consumption of coal would not be adversely affected following Indonesia’s decision to ban the export of coal to secure its local supply.

Vietnam Resorts Harnessing The Sun To Attract Tourists

In recent years, Vietnam has embraced renewal energy sources, particularly solar, and now its important tourism sector looks set to do the same to reduce carbon emissions and attract guests looking for more sustainable travel options.

Philippines’ SMC to start operation of 690MW of batteries

The power arm of Philippines-based brewing-to-energy conglomerate San Miguel Corporation (SMC) has said it is ready to start operation of an initial 690MW of battery storage facilities early this year. The company expects to complete 31 energy storage systems in 2021-22, with an accumulated capacity of 1GW.