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  • NUS research initiative to boost credibility of nature-based carbon projects in S-E Asia

    Cheryl Tan
    The Straits Times

    Carbon Integrity SG, a $15 million project aims to improve the credibility of nature-based carbon projects in areas like rainforests across South-east Asia, has just been launched. Conducted by CNCS, it builds on the Centre’s existing work, which leverages satellite data and existing information to map out potential areas in South-east Asia that can be conserved and hence developed as sources of high-quality carbon credits.

    Published 11 November 2022
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  • The Climate Conversations - S3E18: Will Egypt, holding the 'crown' of COP27, deliver? | EP 18

    CNA

    Even before the critical climate conference began in Egypt this week, the government clamped down on activism and Greta Thunberg is absent. But the serious business of addressing climate change continues, says COP veteran Melissa Low, Research Fellow at NUS Centre for Nature-based Climate Solutions.

    Published 10 November 2022
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  • The tool that will help fight climate change is made in Singapore

    The Straits Times
    In partnership with Rolex

    Published 03 November 2022
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  • Singapore to submit enhanced carbon emission goals at COP27

    CNA

    Singapore is set to submit its enhanced carbon emission goals to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, when parties to the Paris Agreement meet at COP27. In this interview, Melissa Low speaks about why Singapore's participation in COP27 is important.

    Published 29 October 2022
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  • Stem The Tide

    CNA

    Stem The Tide is an hour-long documentary that takes viewers on an insightful journey to discover the existential threat of rising seas, and details the work done in Singapore to mitigate and adapt our solutions to secure a resilient future for all.

    Published 14 October 2022
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  • New mapping tool helps to spot sources of high-quality, nature-based carbon credits

    Cheryl Tan
    The Straits Times

    Launch of the CNCS and ST EngineeringGeo-Insights' Carbon Prospecting platform, which allows users to compare how much high-quality carbon credits can be generated from different parts of the world.

    Published 26 September 2022
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  • Green Pulse Ep 54: How carbon credits can help save tropical forests (Part 2)

    Audrey Tan, David Fogarty
    The Straits Times

    Carbon credits are gaining traction as companies and countries pledge to have their emissions reach "net-zero", some by 2050 and others later. One source of such credits are forest conservation projects. How does this growing appetite for carbon credits help to protect the planet's natural carbon sponges? And how can Singapore, with its proximity to South-east Asia's rich natural habitats, contribute to their conservation?

    Published 19 July 2021
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