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How data can enable high-quality carbon credits for a sustainable Singapore

Benjamin Soh
Published Mon, Nov 14, 2022 · 05:29 PM

A WAVE of green is sweeping through the economy as everywhere businesses of all sizes – from neighbourhood mom-and-pop shops to large corporates like BlackRock – are recognising the significance of sustainability as a core consideration for long-term economic success.

In Singapore, an increasing number of them have also begun implementing measures to make their business operations more sustainable.

Since the global phenomenon that some have termed the “green awakening”, the buzzword on the lips of politicians, business leaders, and climate experts seems to be “decarbonisation” – the reduction of carbon dioxide (CO2) output into the atmosphere.

Typically, methods to carry this out are known as decarbonisation “levers”, some of which include improving efficiencies in energy usage as well as replac…

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