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    Apple touts greater use of recycled metal in gadgets

    The company's research concluded that recycled aluminium should come from Apple products rather than from recycling facilities because of the high ...
  2. Green 7

    ASIA’S FUTURE CITIES: New buds of growth for Yangon's 'green movement'

    Where awareness and adaptation of green technologies has become more common in many developed nations, Myanmar has unsurprisingly lingered behind.
  3. A street in Onagawa

    6 years on, towns affected by Japan's Mar 11 tsunami continue on an uphill struggle

    The road to recovery for the affected towns and residents who survived the Mar 11, 2011 tsunami has been a tough one.
  4. Solar City 9

    ASIA'S FUTURE CITIES: A fight for the sunset as opposition surrounds Manila Bay project

    Solar City - a reclamation project in Manila Bay - is projected as visionary, inspired, even revolutionary. Yet, despite its promises, the entire ...
  5. Pertamina petrol station attendant

    Indonesia's Pertamina removes CEO, deputy in management shakeup

    Indonesia's Pertamina has removed its CEO Dwi Soetjipto and Deputy CEO Ahmad Bambang, company and government officials said on Friday (Feb 3), and ...
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    UK braces for Belfast vote after McGuinness quits

    Northern Ireland Secretary James Brokenshire said he was working to preserve the province's devolved government, after a "breakdown in trust" ...
  7. Renewable energy China

    China invests billions in renewable energy in fight against air pollution

    China will invest US$361 billion in renewable power generation between 2016 and 2020, as the world's largest energy market pushes to shift away ...
  8. Cambodia power

    Cambodia opposition promises to slash power prices, encourage solar energy

    Cambodia’s opposition has pledged to overhaul the country’s power sector as part of a sweeping bid to clean up and reduce the cost of electricity ...
  9. A research laboratory for Singapore's maritime sector

    Singapore's maritime sector given boost with new lab aiming to cut fuel costs

    By 2020, new emission regulations will require shipping firms to be greener in their operations. With the new laboratory, these costs are expected ...
  10. mexico c40 summit

    World cities seek US$375b to fight climate change

    If that amount is made available 'humanity will have a chance of surviving', Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo told a gathering of C40 mayors in Mexico.