SWITCH Singapore 2021: Tapping the $1tn sustainability market in Southeast Asia

Overhead: Ted Howland, VP of Group Sustainability at CapitaLand, with the other panelists © Enterprise Singapore

Falling costs and simplified deployment of sustainability solutions will help boost adoption, especially in underprivileged communities  

Technology is a key force in driving sustainability solutions, but fostering the adoption of hi-tech products remains a huge challenge, especially in underprivileged regions. At this week’s Singapore Week of Innovation and TeCHnology (SWITCH) conference, industry experts explored how public private partnerships can help accelerate the translation, deployment and commercialization of tech innovations for sustainability in Southeast Asia.In the panel discussion, Tech Innovation in Asia's Sustainability Journey, on November 8, moderated by Meaghan See, Director of Partnerships at Eco-Business, sp...
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