Spanish food company Ebro Foods has joined CEFLEX, a consortium of companies and associations that represent the value chain of flexible packaging and collaboration, i…
Everyone in the world could have access to clean, affordable energy within the next nine years if countries modestly increase investments, according to new reports released today, in advance of a major ministerial meeting on 21-25 June where countries and businesses will begin to announce energy plans for the decade. Annual investments of around $35 billion could bring electricity access for 759 million people who currently lack it, and $25 billion a year can help 2.6 billion people gain access to clean cooking between now and 2030. The required investment represents only a small fraction of the multi-trillion-dollar global energy investment needed overall, but would bring huge benefits to one-third of the world’s population.
October 2022 brief extended to cover more local communities to contribute towards Sustainability. Climate change causes changes in forests, their ecological functions and ecosystem services. SDG 13 aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that cause climate change and drive adaptation actions. Hope COP27 of the year will recognise the necessity of the simple solutions and inclusion of everyone in climatic problems just like you can start this journey by a simple step – planting a tree around us. The effect that would have on global warming is unimaginably positive.
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.
A pair of bills designed to drastically reduce plastic waste in California passed the Senate and Assembly appropriations committees on Thursday….