Fashion’s tiny hidden secret
unenvironment, 13 March 2019
Fashion today is about obsession with outward image and appearance. Rarely do we as consumers consider what’s on the inside: the hundreds of thousands of fibres that make up our clothing which have led to an estimated 1.4 million trillion plastic fibres in the ocean.
The War on Plastic Packaging Isn’t as Black and White as You Might Think
Green is the new Black, 8 March 2019
Now and then, the war on plastic packaging surfaces through shocking social media posts, making us care about it, even for just a little while. But saying no to plastic isn’t as straightforward as we think.
Taiping world's third best Sustainable Destination
The Edge, 7 March 2019
Taiping has once again done Perak and the nation proud when it emerged as the world’s third best city at the Sustainable Top 100 Destination Awards 2019 held at ITB Berlin, Germany yesterday.
Why Green Bonds May Be Our Best Hope For Tackling Climate Change
Forbes, 5 March 2019
Municipalities have been selling bonds to pay for public works projects—fire stations, parking garages, sewage treatment systems—for 200 years. It’s only in the past decade or so, however, that they’ve been selling them with an extra perk: helping the environment.
It's abundant and available
The Star, 15 February 2019
Studies showed that in 2010 Malaysia alone produced 0.94 million tonnes of mismanaged plastic waste, of which 0.14 to 0.37 million tonnes may have been washed into the oceans.