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Hello Globe readers,

First and foremost, happy Philippines’ Independence Day to all our Filipino friends. On 12 June, the Philippines commemorated its 125th year since the declaration of independence from Spain. 

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This week, the Globe spoke with the climate chief of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development and former U.K. Energy Minister Claire Perry O’Neill about environmentally friendly and profitable solutions to cut carbon emissions in Singapore. 

In the meantime, as Singapore works on air pollution, in Cambodia experts are attempting to save the world’s largest freshwater fish in the Mekong River. The Globe also spoke with National Geographic Explorer Zeb Hogan about the tagging and releasing process to track critically-endangered fish.

That’s all for today, may you have a wonderful weekend and enjoy the features!

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