Retirement village operator Summerset has inked a landmark sustainability-linked loan related to reductions in carbon emissions and construction waste and, less typically, the development of dementia care. Its domestic peers are also expected to take the green finance path.
Nine of the ten busiest ports in the world are based in Asia, with China dominating the list and Shanghai taking over from Singapore in the number one spot.
Subway stations in New York were inundated with water following heavy rain on 1 September 2021. But the Big Apple isn’t alone – over the past year we have seen similar images in other major cities, including London and Zhengzhou.
Global electricity consumption from street lighting could be slashed with smart cameras and sensors turned on, reducing emissions and advancing the energy transition, says the International Energy Agency.
The US prime property market has largely recovered from the impact of the pandemic, but data supplied shows some cities have fared better than others.
The ease of reaching urban amenities underpins city life. A global research team compared access to jobs in 117 cities across the globe, including eight capital cities in Australia, and examined strategies that might improve transport in our cities.
Air pollution levels are emerging on migration checklists as quality of life competes with financial factors in the post-pandemic green recovery.
A report from the International Renewable Energy Agency reveals the importance of a nuanced approach to the energy transition and openness to best practice across municipalities.
As we prepare for the return of business travel, a number of technology innovations in event management may offer a vision of the future for in-person conferences and events. How has Singapore leveraged its tech expertise to find answers to entirely new challenges?
Metro Manila has optimised its major mass transportation lines in a bid to combat the spread of coronavirus and modernise commutes. But is it working?
The MICE sector has been a major driver for inward investment, but must adapt and evolve to serve shifting needs and demands. Might innovations undertaken in Singapore serve as a best practice case study for the future of business travel post-Covid-19?