A recent study says that China’s struggle to deal with its growing waste problem could end up sidelining a key part of its waste management landscape—millions of informal waste collectors and recyclers.
and Paula Miquelis –
In a country infamous for being the second-biggest contributor of plastic waste to the oceans, a city in West Java has achieved a close to 100 per cent segregation rate. This is how Depok transformed its waste system.
Mark Liu –
Each year we produce more clothing, but the world is still facing a dearth of real and innovative technologies to deal with the waste produced by the fashion industry, writes University of Technology Sydney's Mark Liu. What do we do?
The lapses in corporate responsibility and government regulation that had a hand in India's worst industrial disaster in Bhopal are still evident in the way companies operate today. This must be urgently addressed.
Months after the devastating March 11 earthquake and tsunami hit Japan, the ongoing nuclear disaster at Fukushima compounds the humanitarian tragedy and impedes recovery. The damaged reactors and spent-fuel ponds ...