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7 cool sustainability innovations from Asia in 2018

7 cool sustainability innovations from Asia in 2018

From blockchain chickens to edible packaging and zero-carbon shipping, here's a list of our favourite climate-friendly innovations for 2018.

Plastic is not the villain—we are

Plastic is not the villain—we are

Plastic isn't the problem—it's how we use and manage it. We need to change the way we think about plastics, and look at it as a resource with value, writes Lotike Mehta of WWF Singapore.

The afterlife of trash in Singapore

The afterlife of trash in Singapore

Ever wondered what happens to the junk that goes into those blue recycling bins? Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at how Singapore’s trash is prepped for recycling.

The sharing economy for energy is coming to Singapore

The sharing economy for energy is coming to Singapore

A local start-up is on the way to bringing peer-to-peer energy trading to Singapore, which its founder says will grow the renewable energy market in the sun-drenched island nation.  

Shell: Switching to renewables in the 90s would have bankrupted us

Shell: Switching to renewables in the 90s would have bankrupted us

Shell was aware of the impacts of global warming decades ago. But shifting to renewables early on would have ruined the firm, a top executive has said. Suing Big Oil for climate change is “a waste of society’s money and time," he said.

Are you keeping up with a greener Singapore?

Are you keeping up with a greener Singapore?

Growing awareness around the carbon footprint of the built environment is creating a demand for greener, smarter buildings. Is your organisation keeping up with the green wave, or will it be left behind, asks Johnson Controls' Ken Lim.

How would you better the world with a million dollars?

How would you better the world with a million dollars?

Do you have a million-dollar solution to make the world a better place? This was the question posed by the first edition of The Liveability Challenge, a search for solutions to help tropical cities remain sustainable and liveable.

Has this Singapore-listed palm oil firm been concession laundering?

Has this Singapore-listed palm oil firm been concession laundering?

An investigative report from Greenpeace claims that RSPO member Bumitama, which supplies the likes of Unilever, Mars and Mondelez, concealed connections to firms that cleared Indonesian forests illegally with an elaborate cover-up ploy.

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