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  • 4 Steps to Create a Free Sustainability News Dashboard
    Are you struggling to keep yourself updated about the latest sustainability news in Singapore and around the world, and the latest environmental topics that are relevant and material to your company and stakeholders? This article shares how you can use the free Feedly tool to set up a free dashboard to keep track of the […]
  • 5 Categories for New Circular Economy Business Models
    Our current linear production and consumption model of “take, make and dispose” is not sustainable. We no longer can afford to use more limited resources and create more waste. We have to change, and the alternative model that is fast gaining traction is the circular economy. Driven by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and building upon […]
  • Singapore aims to be a leading centre for green finance in Asia and globally
    Mr Ong Ye Kung, Minister for Education and MAS Board Member, gave the keynote speech at SFF x SWITCH today (Singapore FinTech Festival and Singapore Week of Innovation and Technology). Minister Ong shared about Singapore’s goal to be a leading centre for green finance in Asia and globally, and outlined three concrete steps that Singapore […]
  • 4 Steps for Small Businesses to Kickstart Your Sustainability Journey
    With the growing interest in sustainability in Singapore and globally, small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) should start to implement sustainable practices and strategies for their businesses. For SMEs who wish to be more sustainable, here are 4 steps to kickstart your sustainability journey. 1. Reduce Risks Look at aspects of your operations that has e […]
  • [Book Review] Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out? by Bill McKibben
    Bill McKibben’s new book, Falter: Has the Human Game Begun to Play Itself Out?, tells the story of the converging trends of climate change and artificial intelligence and the impacts on human civilisation. Bill is the founder of the environmental organisation and an early writer who warned of the danger of global warning in […]