As Asia's bustling cities expand, they risk becoming less liveable. A global competition presented by Temasek Foundation Ecosperity and organised by Eco-Business aims to find solutions to make cities more sustainable places to live.
and Logan Byers, Johannes Friedrich, Tianyi Luo, Colin McCormick –
Thermal power plants in areas that lack water are vulnerable to power disruptions due to drought and competition amongst water users. As the world's demand for water and power increase, what can be done to solve this growing concern?
and Kathryn Furlong –
To address inequalities in the developing world—such as water access in the Indonesian capital—researchers and policymakers must take a hard look at conditions on the ground, argue experts.
The commodification of common goods such as food and water has put them out of reach for some, while degrading the environment. Can community-led, participatory development change the relationship between us and nature?
Aquaculture is the only way to meet soaring seafood demand, but it is not without sustainability challenges. Breakthrough Institute's conservation programme director Linus Blomqvist explores how to make the practice more sustainable.
Ping Manongdo –
Climate change is not all doom and gloom, it's a business opportunity. Young aspiring entrepreneurs are growing profitable businesses that are helping to make the planet a more habitable place.
Moving away from narratives that spell fear of climate-related catastrophes, "Tomorrow" tells stories of how ordinary people -- from Icelandic volcanoes to Indian slums -- employ innovative ways to fight the effects of climate change.
Indonesia has already made notable strides to develop climate mitigation strategies that ensure the protection of its forests, notably through its high-level support for efforts to reduce emissions from deforestation ...