From robotic swans to light-activated water purification systems, water technologies and their creators have received a boost through the Singapore International Water Week’s TechXchange programme and Innovation Pavilion.
Over the past decade, Singapore International Water Week’s Water Convention has fostered cross-sector and cross-country collaborations through its workshops, plenaries, technical sessions and poster presentations. What impact has it had?
Finding and developing future generations of water entrepreneurs is key to creating a more sustainable world. Over the years, the Singapore International Water Week has empowered young water professionals through programmes such as the Young Water Leaders Summit.
Over the past decade, eight scientists and organisations have been honoured with the Lee Kuan Yew Water Prize for their breakthroughs in water innovation. Here’s how the prize continues to benchmark the best work worldwide in improving the supply, quality and safety of water.
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The global use of antibiotics is growing, driven by a number of developing countries that face more antibiotic-resistant infections. University of Oxford's Abhilasha Karkey explains the link between antibiotic use and having access to clean water.
Tourism can be a water-guzzling business, with out-of-towners consuming up to 40 per cent of a locality's water. University of Huddersfield's Brendan Canavan explains why you should leave your worries, not your good toilet habits, at home when travelling.
As weather patterns shift because of climate change, it's time to review whether our cities are able to protect us from the coming floods and heatwaves. Here are some ways to rethink how our cities are built.
Product differentiation and innovation are key in targeting the $14 billion market for point-of-use (POU) and point-of-entry (POE) water treatment products in developing nations, some of which will grow at ...
In a previous article titled Economic Feasibility of Sustainable Non-Food Feedstock Based Biodiesel Production: Part 1, we have covered how Pongamia Pinnata is going to be sustainable low cost feed ...
In this edition of KPMG's Sustainable Insight we explore how the world's major businesses are setting out their approaches to water scarcity via their key communication vehicles on corporate responsibility ...