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Beating more than 400 entries from over 60 countries, six finalists move on to the finale for the chance to win up to S$1 million in funding for groundbreaking solutions to Asia’s biggest sustainability challenges.
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Consumer-facing brands like Coca-Cola, Nestlé and Pepsi have carried the can for plastic pollution, but polymer producers like ExxonMobil, Dow and Sinopec are arguably more to blame for an environmental disaster that is set to get much worse as plastic production ramps up.
Disposable plastic was added to the Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal this year, but the US is the only major industrialised nation not to have fully implemented the treaty.
In a newly published infographic, the Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) shares the key elements behind the tree planting model it has put into place together with its local partners in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
More ambitious policies are needed to curb the rise in transport emissions in the decades ahead as more vehicles hit the world’s roads and rails, according to a new study.
The Food and Agriculture Organization leads United Nations Commission on Population and Development to call for actions that favour responsible consumption and production patterns.
By synthesising high-resolution satellite imagery and long-term inventories of land use, a Nature Communications paper publishes new estimates of how much humans have changed the Earth’s land surface.
Governments, corporations and banks raised a new quarterly record of USD$231 billion in green, social and sustainability bonds, more than three times higher than the first quarter of last year.
Muslim women's group 'Aisyiyah is helping the environment and local communities by restoring forests, tackling climate problems and raising awareness on the need to reduce waste.
Digital technology offers many promises to improve our lives and businesses. But if we are not careful, it will not only cause great harm, but our ability to use it as a tool for good will be diminished.
The international community must join forces and develop a collective approach to help India address its Covid-19 crisis, not only for moral reasons, but also...
A new study ranks China second in financing commodities linked to tropical deforestation risk. Its financial institutions could do more before state...
The transition toward clean energy remains as attractive as ever. How can private sector players and governments come together to leverage its potential for...
Over 350,000 renewable energy jobs in the Philippines could be created by 2030. With the coal moratorium expected to add more clean energy capacity to the mix, could displaced power plant workers be among those to switch to green jobs?
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[SPECIAL REPORT] A recent industry-friendly bill could undermine recent tobacco control efforts in the Philippines, and increase the risk of addiction among millions of youths.
Donations of ventilators and supplies are part of a ‘classic tactic’ by the industry to get close to governments and try to undermine health policies, say public health advocates. Should tobacco firms’ CSR activities be allowed?
Eco-Business reveals the most impactful sustainability executives in Asia Pacific this year—people who have changed businesses and industries for the better, during a pandemic. Who are they and what have they achieved?
Eco-Business’ list of emerging talents on the region’s sustainability scene revealed
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Thinking about your carbon footprint can be mind-boggling. Even if you wanted to do something about it, where do you start? With this mobile app, all the information you need is at your fingertips.
How does a nation of foodies manage to generate 665 tonnes of food waste annually? Industry experts share their insights into Singapore's foodprint at a virtual dialogue by Eco-Business and FairPrice Group.
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Knowledge is power, and if you want to reduce your carbon footprint, it helps to know what it is in the first place, and what the biggest offenders in your lifestyle are.
Thinking about your carbon footprint can be mind-boggling. Even if you wanted to do something about it, where do you start? With this mobile app, all the information you need is at your fingertips.
To meet climate goals, human behaviour needs to change. But will consumers tweak their lifestyles and habits for the sake of the climate? An app is helping Singaporeans adopt greener habits.
Singaporeans are well-known foodies, but around 800,000 tonnes of food is wasted every year. Why is so much food wasted, and what can consumers do about it?
Beating more than 400 entries from over 60 countries, six finalists move on to the finale for the chance to win up to S$1 million in funding for groundbreaking solutions to Asia’s biggest sustainability challenges.
The former HarvestPlus chief executive is to move on after just a year with the palm oil certifier. Olam's Audrey Lee has been appointed as interim replacement.
Everyone aged 45 or over is eligible for free vaccine doses from federal supplies, with state governments responsible for allocating their stocks to people aged 18 to 44.
Eco-Business talks to 'angry clean energy guy' Assaad Razzouk about the flaws in much-hyped climate change solutions, and how to fix them.
Wunderman Thompson launches regeneration rising: Sustainable futures
Wunderman Thompson Launches Regeneration Rising: Sustainable FuturesNew research shows people want brands to lead the sustainable path to the future, with an opportunity to show leadership, build long-term resilience and tap new opportunities by embedding regeneration into business We are  on the...
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