SUSTAINABILITY

SUSTAINABILITY

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  1. Can art save the planet Hero

    How art galleries and museums are tackling climate change and social justice

    Art has a way of bringing different groups of people together to address growing concerns over environmental problems.
  2. Angry Millennials will save the planet Hero

    According to a Dutch professor, angry millennials will save our planet

    Psychology professor Mark van Vugt of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam says that it’s these angry millennials that politicians should pay ...
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    This is SG75 – meet the Singaporean using AI to champion sustainability

    Digital artist Andre Wee's A Better Tomorrow series at the MeshMinds 2.0: ArtxTechForGood exhibition hopes to spark conversation about a ...
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    Commentary: Soon, our food won't be grown in soil

    Growing our foods using modern technology could feed more using a much smaller space, one observer points out.
  5. coffee grounds experiment

    NYP team turns coffee waste into fire retardant

  6. A nascent movement against fast fashion is taking place in Hong Kong

    Commentary: Behind that fast fashion label is a story of modern slavery

    Greater transparency with respect to business operations can pave a more social conscious society, two observers point out.
  7. old sofa arm chair

    Commentary: One used sofa at a time, how upcycling slows waste

    By keeping products in use for as long as possible, websites are helping to reduce waste, says one observer.
  8. herd of brown and white cow in a farm

    Commentary: Eating less meat is a climate priority

    Two researchers from the University of Cambridge debunk claims that eating less meat has little impact on climate change.
  9. File photo of shopper walking down aisle in newly opened Walmart Neighborhood Market in Chicago

    Commentary: Walmart goes green, but grapples with what is 'sustainable enough' for shoppers

    Walmart's push for sustainability practices has seen promising early results, say two researchers.