Sustainable Actions Around Asia

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Bubbles Of Climate-Actions Surfacing Around Asia

Staying engaged with developing ideas, innovations, ground-initiatives and infrastructure work done to mitigate climate-change. Some are gaining traction and gaining good support, while others are pushing new frontiers and boundaries - but all are helping to shape pathway to attain climate goal.

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Wind Energy For South East Asia? 

Apart from solar, there is good reason to think wind energy could make a big part of this mix where in Southeast Asia, coastlines stretch as far as the eye can see.

Yet, despite the region’s wind energy potential being immense, nations have been slow to harness this wealth of clean energy. Instead, piecemeal wind projects sprouting across Southeast Asia have come to dot the landscape (read-on)

More readings about windfarms in Philippines, Vietnam , Indonesia and wind-power-Asia 



EVs will take over Singapore by 2040 !

Singapore has announced ambitious targets for 2040 . The  plan is to phase out internal combustion engine vehicles, paving the way for greater adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). But the plan for these ambitious goals still has some missing pieces (read -on)

Cost of ownership - The global EV market will reach a tipping point by 2022 when the cost of ownership of an electric vehicle will be on par with its internal combustion engine vehicle cousin, but result in a supply gap of almost 14 million EVs in 2030.

Charging stations - Norway, the world’s largest per capita market in electric vehicles, has more than 1,500 public charging points per million population, offers some benchmarks. With over 8,500 charging points, the EV share of sales is around 30 per cent, covering 2,100 sq km of urban Norway.


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Flies became a cash cow for Mekong Delta farmer

The larvae of black soldier flies, a source of protein for livestock, fetches a farmer around $900 a kilogram.

Pham Van Be has been running his black soldier fly farm for five years in Duc Hoa District, Long An Province, which borders Saigon to the west. After working as a teacher for more than two decades, he shifted to farming pigeons and snakes before settling on the black soldier flies. (read on)

Soldier flies are being farmed globally for sustainable proteins used as animal feed , with derivatives that may offer potential alternative food source for human consumption.  Read about recent projects in Phillipines, Singapore, Soldier-fly as Sustainable-feed , Alternate-protein and global Market Report.



Could Plastic-Eating Mushrooms Solve Humanity's Plastic Problem? (read on)

From being used as construction material to biofuel, mushrooms hold incredible potential and could potentially aid humanity in getting rid of a problem that's been brewing for decades: Plastic.

Since the mass production of plastics began in the 1950s, humans have created 9 billion tons of plastic, and this creates a crisis that's not easy to tackle since plastic takes more than 400 years to degrade. Those used by the people of the '60s still exist in some form, and with only 9 percent recycled, only 12 percent has been incinerated.

Scientists have been searching for alternative methods for plastic reduction, and one solution that could aid humanity might be hidden in fungi. Scientists have discovered mushrooms that eat plastic over the years: Some mushroom species have the ability to consume polyurethane, which is one of the main ingredients in plastic products.


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