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Singapore makes room for allotment gardens as urban farming takes root

Singapore makes room for allotment gardens as urban farming takes root

Agriculture makes up only about 1 per cent of Singapore's land area, but urban farming—including vertical and rooftop farms—is fast becoming popular.

Ready to report: How Singapore firms are preparing for new packaging mandate

Ready to report: How Singapore firms are preparing for new packaging mandate

With Singapore set to introduce mandatory reporting requirements in 2020 in a bid to raise awareness of packaging waste, companies tell Eco-Business how they are preparing for the new rules.

To engineer sustainable cities, engineer social behaviour

To engineer sustainable cities, engineer social behaviour

Energy efficiency and responsible investment go hand-in-hand to lighten a city's environmental footprint and slow climate change. But consumers must bridge the gap between design and implementation, said experts at a recent forum.

Women in Asia changing the future

Women in Asia changing the future

The Women of the Future Awards recognises women driving positive impactful change. Here are the winners from the Southeast Asian edition, now in its second year.

Mission Impossible: Satisfying Asia's meat appetite with plant-based food?

Mission Impossible: Satisfying Asia's meat appetite with plant-based food?

Can Impossible Foods, the plant-based food tech company from California, take a bite out of Asia's growing appetite for meat? In this video interview, Eco-Business speaks to founder Pat Brown to find out.

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