India’s Push For Sustainable Palm Oil Imports From Indonesia and Malaysia Despite COVID-19.

The COVID-19 pandemic has been first and foremost a humanitarian crisis, with the fallout having a debilitating impact on the global economy, as activity slowed to a resounding halt back in March.  As we forecast our outlook on what a post-pandemic economy will look like, advancing a stable climate and prioritizing sustainable development may haveContinue reading “India’s Push For Sustainable Palm Oil Imports From Indonesia and Malaysia Despite COVID-19.”

The Pandemic Effect

As bush fires ripped through Australia earlier this year, slaughtered and live wild animals were on sale in Asia; while coral reefs around the world were bleached to death and atmospheric levels of greenhouse gases were at the highest levels ever recorded. Despite best efforts from Greta Thunberg, the opposing fight against climate change stillContinue reading “The Pandemic Effect”

The Coronavirus Epidemic and the Refugee Crisis Have More In Common Than You Think

According to Pharmaceutical Technology, the total number of Covid-19 cases has increased to more than 110,000 in 108 countries worldwide, while recoveries currently stand at a 61,000. This invisible and serious threat has caused a climbing death toll of 3,800. As is the nature of an epidemic, these figures will likely increase until vaccinations areContinue reading “The Coronavirus Epidemic and the Refugee Crisis Have More In Common Than You Think”