A US-based organisation, LAGI, is offering US$21,000 to designers and artists who can create the best and most workable sustainable energy generators – that are also great to look at. By James Teo.
An innovative southeast Asian plan aims to take solar and wind energy generated in north Australian deserts, and send it 2,000km overseas to power hungry regions of southeast Asia.
One of the biggest miners in the world and the fourth largest Australian corporation, BHP, is to “review its membership” of the Minerals Council of Australia (MCA), the US Chamber of Commerce (USCC) and the World Coal Association (WCA).
With a humble indigenous style opening ceremony, the 2017 UN Climate Change Conference opened on Monday 6 November morning at the World Conference Centre in Bonn, Germany. Governments are meeting to fast forward the implementation of the Paris Agreement’s goals. What can we expect from the world leaders this time? By Jovin Hurry, reporting live from Germany.
Given Singapore’s capabilities in instituting judicious environmental regulations and embracing new technologies, it still lags behind in creating an economy that harnesses resources optimally while reducing wastage. Mallika Naguran reports on the discussions had during an MEM Alumni seminar on the circular economy.
The famous Great Barrier Reef of Australia is making headlines for the wrong reason and is facing a crisis. It is losing its coral reefs, writes Mallika Naguran.
An independent Swiss monitoring group has cast doubt on official greenhouse gas emission figures from at least two major nations. Problem for global emission control, climate change management. By Jeremy Torr.
Conservation agriculture with trees, or CAT, provides the benefit of additional income to farmers while protecting the environment, reports Henrylito D. Tacio