Located at shop G006 within the 700,000-square-foot shopping mall, the new DETERMINANT store provides more options for shoppers who prioritise zero-waste fashion.
Hong Kong's new BYOC Eateries Scheme encourages sustainable dining by promoting the use of personal or reusable containers for takeaways.
In Kuala Lumpur, there are a handful of zero-waste stores that cater to Malaysians who want to make the sustainable switch. Here are five you should check out!
Since 2021, the Macau Environmental Protection Bureau has been banning single-use plastics and Styrofoam like meal boxes, bowls, cups, and drinking straws.
Living waste free in the city is a reality now, and it is certainly more doable than you think. Here are some ways you can make that a reality for you in Bangkok.
Almost everyday we hear about climate change and global warming. Here are some environmental awareness programmes in Malaysia to help combat these issues.
If you are interested in living a more sustainable and waste-free lifestyle, Malaysia is home to several zero-waste communities that you are welcome to join.
Cut down on your home kitchen’s food waste with these few simple ingredients as your pantry staples.