Innovative Packaging and the Future of Warehousing at Home Delivery Asia 2021 [Panel Discussion Recordings]
Watch the recordings of the online panel discussions, which took place in July 2021 at Home Delivery Asia.
In 2019, 744,000 tonnes of food waste were generated in Singapore and only 18% were recycled. In a previous article, we explored some of the key concepts to have in mind when talking about food waste. Here we will dive into the origin of food waste and opportunities to reduce, reuse, and recycle.
Join us at the online event, “TRUE Virtual Event – Southeast Asia” by GBCI, on the 3rd June 2021, 10 AM – 1 PM. During this event you will learn about the TRUE Zero Waste Certification Program and about the exciting opportunities for businesses to go zero waste.
As part of our sustainability policy, we purchased carbon credits to offset our contribution to greenhouse gases emissions over the last 12 months. To do so, this year, we decided to support the Nicaforest High Impact Reforestation Program, which is a Gold Standard certified climate projects.
In 2019, 744,000 tonnes of food waste were generated in Singapore and only 18% were recycled. To implement solutions, one must first understand where food waste come from and why. In this first article, we will explore some of the key concepts to have in mind to effectively address this challenge.
Watch the recording of the online panel discussion, “Circular Waste Economy in Singapore and in the Nordics”, about opportunities for closing the loop on waste and water in Singapore and Southeast Asia (SEA) by introducing technologies and practices from Nordic countries.
Join us at the online panel discussion, “Circular Waste Economy in Singapore and in the Nordics”, which will take place on Monday 26th of April 2021, 4:00 PM – 5:00 PM. The panel will discuss opportunities for closing the loops on waste and water in Singapore and Southeast Asia.
On the 10th of February 2021, the government unveiled the Singapore Green Plan 2030. Spearheaded by the five ministries, the Green Plan lays out Singapore’s targets over the next 10 years in sustainability and covers the impacts and opportunities for businesses.
The recording of the presentation by Remi Cesaro at Imagination Week is now available. The presentation explores the origins and consequences of two prevalent problems: climate change and resource depletion.
Join the free panel discussion on How Planet-Centric Designs Help Tackle Environmental Issues, on Tuesday 23rd of March, 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM. The panel discussion will feature UX designers, products designers and business executives.