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Can technology save the palm oil industry?

Can technology save the palm oil industry?

What technologies are companies using to make palm oil more sustainable, and how are they using it to ensure the survival of the industry—and tropical forests and the people who depend on them?

In land-scarce Southeast Asia, solar panels float on water

In land-scarce Southeast Asia, solar panels float on water

No space to put a solar array? Lakes, dams, reservoirs and even the sea can fit the bill—and the costs are falling fast, experts say.

How can Asia bridge the gap between finance and sustainability?

How can Asia bridge the gap between finance and sustainability?

In Asia, opportunities abound for green investing. But how to bridge the gap between financiers and business owners, delegates wondered at the recent Unlocking Capital for Sustainability event in Singapore.

Is Singapore’s green movement for real?

Is Singapore’s green movement for real?

Is environmentalism in Singapore really happening, or are people simply buying an eco consciousness? Eco-Business asked attendees at EarthFest how real they feel Singapore's green movement is in the convenience-minded city-state.

Mean, lean and green: Finding a new path for sustainable finance

Mean, lean and green: Finding a new path for sustainable finance

Left to themselves, financial markets can create outcomes that are mean and lean—but not always green or inclusive. Sustainable finance takes courage and vision, writes the United Nations' Steven Stone.

Major brands in Singapore commit to wiping out single-use plastic

Major brands in Singapore commit to wiping out single-use plastic

Major companies from across the hospitality, tourism and food and beverage industries have signed a pact to ensure no more new plastic is introduced to the environment, under a new initiative introduced by World Wildlife Fund Singapore.

Can Singapore really be a zero waste nation?

Can Singapore really be a zero waste nation?

Singapore has just declared 2019 the Year of Zero Waste. But with a waste strategy built around incineration, this is an impossible dream. The city should be building recycling plants instead.

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