Singaporeans throw away the equivalent of two bowls of rice every day, generating a huge food waste problem. Here's how the zero waste heroes in Singapore have stepped up to the plate to wrestle with the issue.
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Singapore is a laggard in how it manages plastic waste. Businesses are not held accountable for the plastics they produce, and incineration is incentivised over recycling. Here's what the city-state should do differently.
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The syringes, needles, expired pills that are used in healthcare must be disposed in a way that is both responsible and environmentally friendly. Health Care Without Harm Asia's Pats Oliva outlines four considerations for the healthcare industry.
Australian cities today reap the benefits of policy and institutional reforms decades ago that ensured liveable urban environments. How can the country build on that legacy, asks Monash University's Chris Chesterfield.
The latest addition to our publications series “Informal Waste Management”, a report that we have constructed after interviewing dozens of stakeholders, visiting waste management sites, and following the paths of ...