Major challenges and needs of humanity include climate change, biodiversity loss, inflation, inequality, education, food supply, health care, security, sanitation, clean resources, transportation, and circular economy demand polydisciplinary efforts
COP27 has just ended while the global conversation on the way forward is continuing. This article is written to highlight the importance of a circular economy for our common good and future (https://www.stewardshipasia.com.sg/knowledge/publications/circular-economy-way-forward-human-race)
Renewable energies’ contribution to the total primary energy consumption (TPEC) of ASEAN has been decreasing in the last two decades, despite the increasing installation capacity. This calls for more ambitious and effective solutions.
- Accountability and transparency are key drivers to build climate resilience in cities.
- Materials Circular economy is linked to climate resilience. Countries as well as corporations must also specify materials consumption reduction and decarbonization targets in respective climate actions.
An article on the occasion of Charles Rudd Distinguished Public Lectures by the Institution of Engineers Singapore, IES (http://worldengineeringday.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/IES_CRL_e-brochure_2021.pdf)
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