What everyone in Macao should know about the water they consume each day: where it comes from, how it’s treated and what innovations are coming down the pipeline.
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From finding solutions for microplastic pollution to building eco-campuses, local universities are playing a leading role in Macao’s sustainability movement.
Over the years, thousands of Macao’s trees have been damaged by typhoons, termites and pests. Now, the city has started a massive reforestation project.
As Macao is catching up with the global environmental movement, we talk to six young eco-warriors who are fighting for a greener future in the SAR.
Thanks to Macao’s culinary eco-warriors, the city has been coming up with solutions. Now, it’s on the road to becoming more gastronomically sustainable.
Plastic waste is driving many to despair. Now, projects and initiatives led by people and businesses are giving us hope in Macao
Macao has just become home to its first two zero-waste stores that could pave the way for an eco-friendly movement in the city. We talk to the green-minded shopkeepers who hope they’re starting a trend.
With an area of 30 square kilometres and a population density of more than 21,000 inhabitants per square kilometre, Macao still retains significant biodiversity.