Range Rover’s 2020 Evoque blends style with sustainability
The 2020 Evoque will be Range Rover’s first ‘mild-hybrid’ EV…
Sustaining engagement with newly remote workers
Flexibility and communication are key to engaging with employees as the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak grows.
Boosting circular economy requires joint effort, experts warn
If Europe wants to transition towards a circular economy model, the practices have to be mainstreamed and all actors should be involved in the process, experts warned during an event hosted by EURACTIV.
Suriname’s climate promise, for a sustainable future
Suriname has become the second nation globally to outline updated plans to fight climate change in the hope of ensuring that any future increase in the temperature of the planet does not exceed 1.5 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.
Introducing KUBE, a scalable and sustainable ecosystem that opens a gateway to DeFi | by Kube DeFi | Aug, 2020
The global value of DeFi has risen this july reaching the $4B mark by the start of this month. By today, the total value locked in DeFi (USD) is $7B.With this grow, many market opportunities are……
Electronic waste recycling and sustainability in Singapore | SMU Engage
Podcast copyright: Singapore Management University. Assistant Professor of Humanities Aidan Wong from SMU’s School of Social Sciences has researched on the areas of development and sustainability, in particular on electronic waste, informal labour and economic development. In recent years, he has published a paper on ‘Waste’, Value and Informal Labour: The Regional E-Waste Recycling Production Network in Malaysia and Singapore” and is seeking to update it. In this podcast, Assistant Professor Wong discusses the value of electronic waste recycling and sustainability in Singapore.