Only four in 10 Singaporeans know how to recycle e-waste. While news of regulation for gadget makers is welcome, a university professor has called for a more sincere effort from producers to promote electronics recycling.
Policy headlines in 2017 were dominated by Trump's intervention to slow climate action, but other more encouraging news included the growing divestment and responsible finance movements, and recognition of women's capacity to drive change.
While Trump’s policies will lead to far more emissions than Obama’s would have, a new analysis from the World Resources Institute (WRI) show that all scenarios lead to US emissions being higher than the 2025 target.
Fei Huang –
With more than half of the global population living in cities today, sustainable development cannot be realised if segments of society cannot participate in all aspects of urban life. Here are five ways to make a city more inclusive.
Rema Hanna –
Congestion pricing, "even-odd" policies to reduce the number of cars on road, stipulating a minimum number of passengers per vehicle: Which are the most effective regulatory measures to solve the urban blight of traffic congestion?
Michael Tang –
SGX head of listing policy and product admission Michael Tang explains why companies should move quickly to adopt the recent recommendations made by the Exchange's Task Force on Climate-related Financial Disclosures.
Surbana Jurong principal architect Owen Wee presents a novel concept, the Food Tower, which can solve several urban challenges for Singapore at once: overcrowding, food security, and the ever-present need for community cohesion.
Signs are just starting to show a new approach to how our major corporations are governed and held to account, says Corporate Citizenship co-founding director Mike Tuffrey. However few are getting excited about it.
Medilyn Manibo –
Non-profit groups WildAid and African Wildlife Foundation have released a video containing undercover footage, exposing ivory laundering in Hong Kong and the loopholes in its regulations on smuggled tusks.
The EAPF commissioned Trucost to assess and analyse sixteen of their active and passive equity investment portfolios, with regard to their exposure to the embedded carbon emissions within fossil fuel ...