The Green Living 2015 exhibition, Singapore's first lifestyle event for sustainability conscious consumers, will showcase ideas on green living in many aspects of daily life including transport, food, and home decor.
Willie Tan –
Despite the global push towards green buildings, the environmental impact of elevators is often neglected. Welden business development director Willie Tan shares a technology which can raise energy efficiency of these essential machines.
John Elkington –
The role of a green capital involves not just convening and celebrating green economy players, but also to challenge them and hold them to account. Does Dubai have what it takes? John Elkington asks.
Marina Bay Sands, which owns Singapore's largest hotel by number of rooms, has sustainability ingrained in employees since day one. Its efforts at reducing waste and energy use and instilling environmentally friendly values have won it not just accolades but also created a sustainable business.
Smart meters are widely credit with the ability to help reduce electricity use, and provide better data on energy consumption. But how can we reap these benefits without compromising on privacy and safety?