APRU Sustainable Waste Management Global Lecture Series is designed to provide a sound foundation in basic principles and unify research across ecology to conservation and environmental health to waste management with a focus on the sustainability and Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG).
Nature Conference: Waste Management and Valorisation for a Sustainable Future
The development of sustainable waste management strategies has become a major concern throughout the world. Thus, this program focuses on “recycling” and “recovery” of waste material while paving the way towards circular economy, land reclamation, and water and wastewater treatments.
According to the Millennium Ecosystem Assessment, climate change is likely to become one of the most significant drivers of biodiversity loss by the end of the century. The Nature Forum in collaboration with the 2021 P4G Seoul Summit is aiming to address issues related restorations and further strengthening the climate action to build back a greener post-COVID world. Read more…
3rd Sustainable Waste Management Conference co-hosted by AIChE-APRU
Co-hosted by AIChE and APRU Sustainable Waste Management Program, this conference will offer a timely opportunity for knowledge exchange among professionals all over the world to support the formulation of an efficient sustainable waste management agenda.
APRU Sustainable Waste Management Virtual School on LCA & LCSA for Global Sustainability
Date: September 24, 2021 (SG time)
The course is facilitated by Prof. Harn Wei Kua, an Associate Professor from the Department of the Built Environment and currently is the Assistant Dean (Academic) of the School of Design and Environment at National University of Singapore. Prof. Kua is currently involved in collaborations with various groups in China, USA, Italy, Colombia, South Africa, and Saudi Arabia on biochar building materials, LCA of building materials, and construction 3D printing. View the recording here.
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