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Mangroves like this could have a significant role in the future by mitigating the carbon emissions of certain nations. Credit: Pierre Taillardat

Geographers from the National University of Singapore (NUS) have found that coastal vegetation such as mangroves, seagrasses, and salt marshes may be the most effective habitats to mitigate carbon emissions.

Read more: Mangroves can help countries mitigate their carbon emissions

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Asia is on the lookout for solutions to pressing challenges like climate change, urbanization, and pollution. Here’s why Singapore’s upcoming CleanEnviro Summit will help meet this demand for sustainability technology and knowledge.

Solar-powered supertrees at Singapore's Gardens by the Bay. Image: Fahrul Azmi, via Unsplash

Air pollution, increased urbanization, deforestation—these are just some of the major environmental challenges that Southeast Asia currently faces. Though these problems affect rural and urban communities across the region in different ways, they all have one factor in common: climate change.

Read more: Solutions for a cleaner, stronger, more sustainable Asia

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Stunning images of Antarctica and a new documentary ‘From Asia to Antarctica’ tell the story of the connection between the two continents for the first time

Eco-Business today officially launched Changing Course, an exhibition that tells the climate change story through a unique Asian lens. This film and photography exhibition is part of Eco-Business’s larger Changing Course campaign on climate action. It documents the ClimateForce: Antarctica 2018 expedition in March led by Sir Robert Swan, a British environmentalist, and explorer who was the first man to walk to both North and South Poles.

Read more: Changing Course, a film and photography exhibition, opens to the public at the Singapore Botanic...

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