A stagnant recycling rate and modest improvements in energy efficiency have prompted the Singapore government to introduce new technologies and regulations to speed up the country's progress in meeting its environment goals.
A new report released by the International Energy Agency and the International Renewable Energy Agency is the latest attempt to define exactly what meeting the Paris Agreement "well below 2c" goal means in policy and investment terms.
Patricia Espinosa –
Climate change and sustainable development are inextricably interlinked, but implementing projects to achieve both at once can be tricky. UNFCCC head Patricia Espinosa explains how this can be done.
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International climate finance is often accounted for in terms of megawatts of renewable energy or tonnes of carbon emission saved; everyone needs to ensure that those facing direct climate change impacts get much more of the money.
The BBC nature documentary portrays Singapore as a green urban utopia where man has invited nature back into the city. The development of Singapore's last forests suggests the opposite is happening, note conservationists.
Asia's construction industry is booming, but can it do so while driving down greenhouse gas emissions? ClimateWorks Australia's Eli Court shares some ideas for how Asia's building sector can achieve net zero emissions.