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How to build back better: 8 ways sustainable businesses can survive in the post-Covid era

How to build back better: 8 ways sustainable businesses can survive in the post-Covid era

The Covid-19 pandemic has infected the global economy. Here's how sustainability can help businesses weather the storm ahead.

In post-Covid Asia, countries should develop their own renewable energy capabilities

In post-Covid Asia, countries should develop their own renewable energy capabilities

With clean energy projects experiencing delays due to the coronavirus, developing economies in the region should scale up local manufacturing and employment, said the Asian Development Bank's energy sector chief.

Proposed Indonesian coal power plant not financially viable, study finds

Proposed Indonesian coal power plant not financially viable, study finds

Green groups have long criticised the Jawa 9 & 10 coal power project over its devastating impacts on public health and the environment. Now, a study has revealed the project would also be unprofitable for its investors.

Consulting firm and Dutch university team up to spur growth of cage-free egg industry in Asia

Consulting firm and Dutch university team up to spur growth of cage-free egg industry in Asia

More food companies such as Tesco have pledged to go cage-free. Suppliers need to catch up, but know-how is lacking. Can training centres in Indonesia and China plug the gap?

China declares no more pangolin scales in traditional medicine

China declares no more pangolin scales in traditional medicine

Conservationists say they believe this move will completely shut down the commercial trade of pangolin parts within China and slow the international trade of the species.

Reuseable containers don't increase risk of virus transmission, say scientists

Reuseable containers don't increase risk of virus transmission, say scientists

Reuseable containers such as carrier bags and lunchboxes do not pose a risk of viral contagion if basic hygiene rules are followed, according to a study that aims to counter a surge in single-use plastic use amid the coronavirus pandemic.

5 trends this decade that will shape Singapore’s switch to electric mobility

5 trends this decade that will shape Singapore’s switch to electric mobility

From systems able to replenish depleted batteries at lightning speed to smart chargers that ‘talk’ to one another, exciting developments lie ahead on Singapore's road to sustainable mobility.

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