By plasticlitesg / December 26, 2020

Toxic Synthetics

by Jeenaev Shah What if I told you that you were exposed to a variety of dangerous chemicals and hazardous...

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By plasticlitesg / December 18, 2020

Overfishing around the world

by Tanya Rai Fish around the world are being caught at a faster rate than stocks can be replenished. Every...

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By plasticlitesg / November 30, 2020

Individual action is climate action

Originally published on: Terese Teoh Yes, systemic change is our end-goal. But let’s not discount the value of individual...

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By plasticlitesg / October 8, 2020

No more plastics: An Innovation

This article is the first of a three-part series on innovations across the plastics value chain. It’s difficult to imagine...

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By plasticlitesg / September 2, 2020

Meating the Consequences

by Chrystal Lee Chicken mee goreng. Beef satay. Hainanese chicken rice, roasted, not white. Nasi lemak, add sausage, with heaps...

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By plasticlitesg / August 16, 2020

COVID recovery: kickstart a green economy

by Rachana Ingle Cover image designed by Ting Yan Khor Why return to the obsolete & dangerous? Despite concerns that...

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By plasticlitesg / August 15, 2020

The roller-coaster ride of the environment in COVID-19

by Rachana Ingle A healthier planet? The Covid 19 pandemic has seen most of the world under lockdown with little...

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By plasticlitesg / July 24, 2020

Plastic Pollution in the Pandemic

by Chrystal Lee As we ushered in the new year – and the new decade – 2020 held much promise....

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By plasticlitesg / July 8, 2020

Transforming environmental education in Singapore

by Clarissa Sim Singapore, why still not concerned leh? Recently, New Jersey became the first state in the US to...

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By plasticlitesg / June 23, 2020

Food waste burdens both people and planet

by Clarissa Sim Food waste today Globally, more than 1 billion tons of food is lost or wasted each year...

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