"Sustainability" is one of the most popular business buzzwords. Celebrities endorse "sustainable products." Companies incorporate "sustainable business practices" in their operations. Governments enact laws promoting "sustainability." Despite its popularity, “sustainability” remains a vague concept for many people. Read More
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After Earth Day 2016, many organizations plan to promote sustainable practices. Wondering where to start? Consider how much water your operations might be wasting through easy-to-fix leaks and inefficient fixtures. Read More
A new version of Tetra Pak’s sustainable packaging — a carton bottle made up of more than 80% renewable materials — has launched in the US market with JUST water. Read More
Singapore companies may soon work with those in the Middle East to develop water management technology. Read More
A switch to low-carbon transport such as electric cars would save countries including the UK billions of pounds a year, a report has suggested. Read More
Gauging the trickle-down effects of high-level international policy is never easy. That's especially true with a hulking global issue such as climate change, which consistently has been pushed down the laundry list of challenges facing the planet. Read More
China’s pollution is going west. For years, Beijing residents and others living in the country’s polluted northeast have borne the brunt of China’s notorious air pollution problems. But as the government has tried to clear the capital’s lungs, shutting factories Read More
Cities in the Asia-Pacific region need sustainable and integrated urban solutions to cope with a sharp rise in urbanization, development specialists say. An additional 1.4B people will be living in Asia's cities by 2050 on top of the existing 1.6B in 2010. That translates to 44M more people being added to urban centers every year or 120,000 new city dwellers each day, according to data from the Asian Development Bank. Read More
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