Ten years after its launch, a new report shows that REDD+, a United Nations program to incentivise forest restoration, doesn't seem to be working as well as hoped amid tropical tree cover loss in many countries ramping up in recent years.
Maartje Sevenster –
Wake up and smell the coffee: How you prepare your morning cuppa matters almost as much as how the coffee is grown when it comes to measuring its overall evironmental footprint, writes CSIRO's Maartje Sevenster.
and Greg Carlock, Christopher M. Ede-Calton –
It's been said that you can't manage what you don't measure. Could an emission inventory, which identifies how much carbon is emitted and where from, be the tool that cities need to take action on climate change?
Andrew Steer –
To harness the build sector’s potential to contribute to a low-carbon future, the market needs to push for what an acceptable energy efficient building looks like, says World Resources Institute president Andrew Steer.
Tim Daubach –
The trailer of the documentary produced by Eco-Business, which is to be screened at the Changing Course exhibition in Singapore from 1 June to 12 July, captures the remote wilderness that is Antarctica and asks what the demise of this pristine landscape means for Asia.
Ping Manongdo –
It has been said that the fight against climate change will be won in cities. In this video by C40, mayors of the world’s mega cities share what they are doing to address the most pressing climate threats.
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.
This paper compares the eco-efficiency of Low Temperature Copper to Copper Bonding (LTCCB) technology against the Conventional Method (CM). The analyses look into the energy and material consumables consumption profiles ...