Source: World BankDate: September 16, 2021. As cities grow, so do urban water challenges. It is estimated that the urban population worldwide will nearly double by 2050 ⁠— an increase that has serious implications for water demand in cities.Urban water demand is expected to rise to 30 percent of the...
Source: The Fish SiteDate: April 28, 2021 Circular shrimp ponds are increasingly being used by small-scale farmers and entrepreneurs in Indonesia, where they are also receiving government backing. Indonesia is one of largest shrimp producers in Southeast Asia. Initially, in the 1980s, black tiger pr...
Source: ANTARA NewsDate: 18 February 2021 The Ministry of Environment and Forestry said it is keen to support the waste management sector and help strengthen the implementation of circular economy in Indonesia. "Waste management has been one of the most resilient business sectors during the COVID-19...
Source: Mongabay Date: 15 January 2021  Wacana pengurangan sampah plastik 30% pada 2025 mendapat tantangan dengan meningkatnya volume plastik saat pandemi COVID-19.Sejumlah penelitian menyebut meningkatnya volume belanja online dan antar makanan jadi salah satu penyebab.Penyebab lain adala...
Source: The Conversation Date: 16 October 2020  Sedikitnya 3 juta orang Indonesia telah kehilangan pekerjaan akibat pandemi hingga pertengahan tahun 2020 yang telah membawa Indonesia ke dalam resesi. Menteri Keuangan Sri Mulyani juga menyatakan bahwa Indonesia harus bersiap menghadapi rese...
Source: The Conversation Date: 12 August 2020  The disposal of plastics is a global problem. They are nearly indestructible in natural conditions but are discarded worldwide on a large scale. The world produces around 359 million metric tons of plastics each year. Nature cannot address the...
Source: The Jakarta Post Date: 27 August 2020  Several top food and beverages companies have established a new organization to ramp up their recycling efforts and reduce plastic packaging waste in Indonesia, which the companies commonly produce and usually ends up polluting the sea.  ...
Source: Katadata Date: 26 August 2020  The Indonesian government continues to promote the realization of a circular economy system. This system has the potential to realize sustainable and environmentally friendly development. Indonesia is in the midst of implementing a circular economy. T...
Source: The Conversation Date: 10 July 2020 Each year, the total amount of electric and electronic equipment the world uses grows by 2.5 million tonnes. Phones, radios, toys, laptops – if it has a power or battery supply it's likely to join a growing mountain of "e-waste" after use. In 2019 alo...
Source: ARUP, AnteaGroup and the Ellen MacArthur Foundation Date: October 2018 Water systems intersect with all sections of society and industry and opportunities exist in these interfaces to create additional value by application of Circular Economy principles. This white paper postulates...
PT Pamerindo Indonesia held a webinar titled "A Strategy Overview on How Indonesia's Plastics & Rubber Industry Recover Post COVID-19", focusing on the current state of the plastics and rubber industry in Indonesia, its current challenges as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, and possible s...
Due to the Covid-19 situation, the annual Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) is postponed to June 2021 and for the time being is held digitally through a series of webinars. This second webinar about Resource Resilience: Moving from Linear to Circular Resource Management was held on Tues...
Source: Advanced Science NewsDate: 20 May 2020 A promising approach to establishing a circular water economy and improved technologies requires active involvement and collaboration from all members of society. Onboard the International Space Station (ISS), one liter of water costs more than 10,000 E...