Wiebe Wakker, a 30 year-old Dutchman, has travelled 51,000 km through 28 countries on a journey from the Netherlands to Australia in an electric car—relying on donations of food, a bed and electricity to get him there.
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The Asia Pacific region is the most vulnerable to climate change, but countries can reduce climate change-related risks by incorporating advanced technologies into infrastructure development, says ADB's Kijin Kim.
The ambition and size of China's Belt and Road Initiative will have far-reaching impacts for development in the region. WRI China's Shouqing Zhu outlines how China could imbue sustainability into its massive infrastructure plan.
Depictions of a futuristic transport system have always featured autonomous vehicles. Aurecon's Mikel Alonso cautions that the development of driverless vehicles alone will not solve our traffic problems.
Copenhagen is one of the world's most liveable cities, largely due to its emphasis on walking and cycling. What is its secret and what can Singapore learn from it? Eco-Business editor Jessica Cheam travels to the Danish capital to find out.