Carnival to cut cruise ship pollution
Sep12

Carnival to cut cruise ship pollution

The world’s largest cruise ship company will adopt technology from power plants and motor cars to reduce air pollution from the massive diesel engines powering its ships. Read Full...

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Engineering in the spotlight at Singapore summits
Sep12

Engineering in the spotlight at Singapore summits

The Institution of Engineers launch a new accreditation scheme for engineers, as thousands gather in Singapore for the World Engineers Summit, International Green Building Conference and BEX Asia… Read Full...

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Green bank seeks to woo Coalition
Sep12

Green bank seeks to woo Coalition

Australia’s $10 billion green bank has halted investments in clean energy projects with executives hoping to convince the incoming Coalition government not to axe it as promised. Read Full...

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Development banks lend record $108.9 billion to clean energy
Sep12

Development banks lend record $108.9 billion to clean energy

Development banks worldwide lent a record $108.9 billion to renewable energy and energy-efficient technology last year as they scale back investment in coal-fired power plants, Bloomberg New Energy… Read Full...

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Japan disaster, economic crisis prompt IAEA to cut nuclear growth projection
Sep12

Japan disaster, economic crisis prompt IAEA to cut nuclear growth projection

The United Nations’ atomic agency has cut its long-term outlook for nuclear energy growth for a third year in a row, in part because of hesitancy following Japan’s Fukushima disaster. Read Full...

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BCA, UNEP to help Asia’s building industry reduce emissions
Sep12

BCA, UNEP to help Asia’s building industry reduce emissions

Singapore’s BCA Centre for Sustainable Buildings partners with the United Nations Environment Programme to develop national frameworks in Asia to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in the building… Read Full...

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