4 March 2015
- PRESS RELEASES
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4 March 2015
Ahead of the Macao International Environmental Co-operation Forum, Dr Gro Harlem Brundtland, Special Envoy on Climate Change for the United Nations, looks back on nearly 30 years of sustainable development - a movement she began.
For Tom Albanese, the new chief executive of diversified British-Indian resources major Vedanta, health and safety is non-negotiable. Ethical Corp interviews him ahead of the Responsible Business Summit, Singapore.
A new initiative by TUV SUD PSB and the German Investment & Development Corporation trains SME managers in Indonesia to help them manage their energy use for more efficient business growth.
The EU Business Avenues programme is planning a new business mission this year to Singapore and Vietnam called Clean Technologies 2015, which will focus on water, energy efficiency and environmental technologies.
As part of its sustainability strategy 'Brewing a Better Future', beverage giant Heineken has implemented several water-saving initiatives, pledged to cut carbon emissions and is advocating responsible consumption.
Yingli Solar's managing director for Southeast Asia, Angie Koh, speaks to Eco-Business about how the company survived the early, uncertain days of the solar industry to become the world's largest solar panel manufacturer today.
Five inspiring young individuals who have made their mark in fields ranging from healthcare to conservation have been recognised with the Rolex Awards for Enterprise.
The 2014 Solar Pioneer Awards recognised larger-than-ever PV installations in Singapore, and for the first time ever, an individual's solar adoption efforts. Vaidehi Shah looks at what this means for the country's solar industry.
Home-grown demand response firm Diamond Energy can be counted among the Singapore cleantech sector’s bigger success stories. But nowhere in the company’s description are the words "environmentally friendly" to be found.