This Goat Means Business!

On the eve of Chinese New Year of the Goat, there’s news of the New Climate Economy, the need for a climate coalition for change in Australia as in the UK. IKEA has success with its People & Planet Positive strategy, while the “Big Oil” companies fiddle while the earth burns.  News from the Arctic and the Antarctic. Bangladesh and Nepal. The US is for solar and what India is doing to come clean. Could bamboo replace steel and could graphene make solar panels more efficient? We’re declaring war on waste to make events more sustainable and have a special report on how vulnerable cities and islands can be more resilient. Then there’s the art of sustainability. Always a lot to read and think about in abc carbon express.

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Cleantech Asia News 

Matchmaker For Multi-Billion Dollar Clean Technology Market in Asia:  

IPEx Cleantech Asia Provides  Technology Transfer Marketplace


Singapore, 5 December 2014 – There’s a multi-billion dollar market in Asia for low carbon clean technology − or Cleantech − and IPEx Cleantech Asia has been launched to capitalise on this.   The new Singapore-based entity will act as a matchmaker and service provider, assisting both technology companies from around the world with innovative products and services, and prospective buyers and adopters in Asian countries.

Believed to be the world’s first Cleantech Intellectual Property (IP) Assisted Brokerage Platform, it is an initiative of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and is set up by ReEx Capital Asia and DNV GL Clean Technology Centre.

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Renewable Energy News

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