Continue Reading... Challenges and opportunities as Singapore targets becoming a sustainable tourism destination

Challenges and opportunities as Singapore targets becoming a sustainable tourism destination

While Singapore will face challenges as it tries to become a sustainable tourism destination, industry players and experts are confident that it can meet such a target.
Speaking to CNA, Mr Christopher Khoo, the managing director for international tourism consultancy Masterconsult Services, said the move would be the “responsible” thing to do.

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Continue Reading... IAG to boost sustainable aviation fuel use

IAG to boost sustainable aviation fuel use

The Group plans to buy one million tonnes of sustainable jet fuel per year, enabling it to cut its annual emissions by two million tonnes by 2030.
This equates to removing one million cars from Europe’s roads each year.

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Continue Reading... GCR Connect: Sustainability and Cooperation: Greenwashing or Virtue-Signalling? | Cleary Gottlieb

GCR Connect: Sustainability and Cooperation: Greenwashing or Virtue-Signalling? | Cleary Gottlieb

Cleary Gottlieb partner Maurits Dolmans will participate in the GCR Connect event, Sustainability and Cooperation: Greenwashing or Virtue-Signalling? organized by Global Competition Review.
Maurits will moderate the panel, “Test Cases and Guidance or Regulation: Where Do We Go From Here?” The panel will bring together different stakeholders and explore how all—companies, practitioners, and enforcers—can truly contribute to establishing sustainability collaboration.

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Continue Reading... COVID 19 : When we “Disobey” the “Design of Life”Nature’s Laws : Part 2 | Science-Environment

COVID 19 : When we “Disobey” the “Design of Life”Nature’s Laws : Part 2 | Science-Environment

Human Beings are not designed to eat Animals. Human Beings and Animals are Different Ecosystems. This is besides the Deadly Viruses from eating Wild Animals Boars, Civets, Leopards, Pangolin, Badgers Fatal Viruses like SARS the COVID Pandemic.7.DESIGN OF HUMAN BEINGS IS VEGETARIAN That is the…

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Continue Reading... Biochar utilisation in the anaerobic digestion of food waste for the creation of a circular economy via biogas upgrading and digestate treatment – ScienceDirect

Biochar utilisation in the anaerobic digestion of food waste for the creation of a circular economy via biogas upgrading and digestate treatment – ScienceDirect

A wood waste-derived biochar was applied to food-waste anaerobic digestion to evaluate the feasibility of its utilisation to create a circular economy. This biochar was first purposed for the upgrading of the biogas from the said anaerobic digestion, before treating and recovering the nutrients in the solid fraction of the digestate, which was finally employed as a biofertilizer for the organic cultivation of three green leafy vegetables: kale, lettuce and rocket salad.

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