The latest entrant to Singapore's EV charging scene is offering a bundled deal to condominiums and commercial buildings. Such schemes have the potential to take off in other Southeast Asian cities, an expert says.
We've just celebrated the fifth anniversary of the Paris Climate Agreement. If governments want to limit global warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius, they must address a fundamental issue: plans to expand oil and gas extraction.
Pacific International Lines faces a fine of US$3 million and imprisonment for the engineers responsible for an act known as bilge dumping. It is the second Singapore shipping company to be charged for the pollution offence in two months.
Increased government and corporate accountability, including the full implementation of the EPR law and more investment into upcycling innovations, are equally critical to create a more sustainable waste management ecosystem in Singapore.
Migrants are the quintessential global citizens, leaving their places of birth and moving across borders in search of new livelihoods; but ruptures caused by Covid-19 have exposed major fault lines in the system of global movement.
The sustainability of face masks, migrant workers' cramped quarters, and the reinvention of jobs—these were some of the themes related to Covid-19 that drew readers this year as the virus evolved into more than a public health issue.
The world's largest asset manager says it has put sustainability at the core of its investment approach. Eco-Business speaks to Shinbo Won, BlackRock's investment stewardship director about what this means, and how companies are responding...
From misleading claims of products made from ocean plastic to using children to promote natural gas, the year of Covid-19 prompted companies to jump on the woke bandwagon. Which brands were called out for piggy-backing green issues in 2020?