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World Cup wasters: Football's trashiest nations

World Cup wasters: Football's trashiest nations

It is known as the beautiful game, but football produces a lot of trash. Which of the 32 World Cup nations throws out the most rubbish?

Eco-Business releases new documentary: From Asia to Antarctica

Eco-Business releases new documentary: From Asia to Antarctica

The new documentary weaves a tale between the two continents to tell the climate story through a unique Asian lens. Its team is set to travel to the Arctic next year in a new partnership with Explorer's Passage.

Why CEOs need to become activists in sustainability

Why CEOs need to become activists in sustainability

Consumers are demanding that CEOs take a stand on sustainability, according to digital opinion analysis. Could this signal a new age of a ‘race to the top’ in corporate sustainability commitments?

Fifa ups its sustainability game

Fifa ups its sustainability game

The governing body of world football has refreshed its sustainability policy. What is FIFA doing to make the world's biggest single-event competition greener?

Can we turn Singapore into an urban mine?

Can we turn Singapore into an urban mine?

How can businesses use their influence to build sustainable industries? Mining urban waste streams for valuable resources is one way to start, said sustainability leaders at this year's Eco Action Day.

Giving a voice to young water leaders

Giving a voice to young water leaders

Finding water entrepreneurs is key to creating a more sustainable world. Over the years, the Singapore International Water Week has empowered young water professionals through programmes such as the Young Water Leaders Summit.

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