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The role of behavioural science in living sustainably

December 23, 2021
Many of us want to live more sustainably but our actions don’t often align with our values. Cogo’s Good Impact Framework helps millions of customers understand the impact of their spending but Cogo recognises that information alone is not enough to lead...
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New rules to curb couriers’ packaging waste

December 23, 2021
Chinese delivery companies transported 83 billion parcels last year, generating some 16 million tonnes of wastepaper and packaging. Food delivery firms handled 17.1 billion orders, generating mountains of single-use-plastics in rubbish dumps around the country. The government has been trying...
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Why collaboration in the ASEAN region is vital to tackle plastic waste in the oceans

December 23, 2021
Collaboration between ASEAN members is key to reduce global marine plastic debris and preserve marine life. A 2015 study by US scientist Jenna Jambeck revealed six out of 11 Southeast Asian countries are among the top 20 countries to have...
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What a Waste 2.0 : A Global Snapshot of Solid Waste Management to 2050

December 23, 2021
By 2050, the world is expected to generate 3.40 billion tons of waste annually, increasing drastically from today’s 2.01 billion tons. What a Waste 2.0: A Global Snapshot of Solid Waste Management to 2050 aggregates extensive solid waste data at...
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Infrastructure Asia deep dive session on the waste management

December 23, 2021
Infrastructure Asia organised a deep dive session on the waste management sector to gather views from eight industry players on the opportunities and commercial structures for waste management solutions in Southeast Asia and ways to apply these commercial structures to develop and initiate...
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From Family Inheritance to Critical Thinking

November 28, 2021
By Andy Chen Speaking of family inheritance, the Rockefellers is perhaps the most prominent ultra-wealthy American family who created one of the first family offices in the United States. John D. Rockefeller amassed an enormous fortune as a result of...
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Mars, past and future

October 31, 2021
Roberto Orosei, Istituto Nazionale di Astrofisica, Italy Mars is the planet that most closely resembles ours in the Solar System for geology and composition. However, its tenuous atmosphere of carbon dioxide does not shield the surface from cosmic radiation and...
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ASEAN waits for RCEP ratification – and post-pandemic integration

September 13, 2021
Published 07 September 2021 by Juita Mohamad Given the uncertainty surrounding Covid-19 variants and political instability in the region, the RCEP may not come into full force until 2022. As the free trade agreement seeks to transform existing global value...
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The Virtual APEC Business Travel Card or Virtual ABTC approved

September 12, 2021
The majority of PBEC members would be holders of the physical ABTC card, which has been in a state of suspension during Covid-19. But as we come out of this pandemic its important to have used the time wisely to...
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2021 Mid-Term Review: APEC Services Competitiveness Roadmap 2016-2025

July 29, 2021
Business Assessment of Outcomes and Recommended Roadmap Adjustments Research Report for the Services Taskforce ABAC Regional Economic Integration Working Group Release date 29 April 2021   Executive summary: There is now a larger number of APEC economies that are more...
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