Ecosperity 2019: From Ambition to Action
Save the date for Ecosperity Conference, our annual gathering of global leaders committed to sustainability. In 2019, we will explore new approaches to energy, water and material flows to achieve a low-carbon and resource-efficient future.
The fifth edition of the Ecosperity conference took place on 5 June 2018. Some 600 business leaders, policy-makers, academia and youths gathered to discuss issues on food & nutrition, healthcare and education.
Explore the latest trends, insights and reports on sustainability
Can Companies Do Well and Do Good?
Companies are increasingly aiming to grow without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. Many investors around the world are also making impact investments to unleash capital for good – to generate a measurable, beneficial social or environmental impact alongside a financial return.
Climate Change and Rising Sea Levels: Mitigating and adapting to the looming threats
Sea levels are rising faster than ever. This report discusses the drivers of sea level change, the impact of carbon emissions and climate change on sea levels, and the potentially devastating effects of this globally and particularly here in Southeast Asia.
The Great Energy Transition: Challenges and opportunities for transformation
Climate change, energy security, and cost considerations are driving the current energy transition which aims to transform the global energy sector from fossil-based to zero-carbon. This summary report details the regulatory requirements to support this shift in the energy landscape, the potential new business models, and the implications both globally and for Singapore.
Youth Dialogue: Challenges and opportunities of Singapore's sustainable development
As many cities grapple with sustainability issues linked to rapid urbanisation, Singapore faces its own unique set of challenges. This summary report covers the key challenges raised during a dialogue with Speaker of the Parliament of Singapore Mr Tan Chuan-Jin, and youths in Singapore.
More Asian firms are selling sustainability—but are consumers buying it?
Companies in Asia are coming up with innovative business solutions to solve the world’s myriad of challenges. But they cannot do it alone. Asia’s billions of consumers need to show that they’ll pay for sustainability.