A green recovery for S'pore?

A crippling pandemic, a growing climate crisis. But out of adversity comes opportunity. Insight looks at the promise of a green recovery to create jobs, new industries and economic growth to propel Singapore and the region into a new era of prosperity.

Above: Founders of Ants Innovate Ong Shujian (left) and Hanry Yu in their lab in Biopolis. The company specialises in cell-based meat. Left: Mr Ho Lip Teng, a business development manager at a waste management equipment provider, sees opportunities i
Mr Ho Lip Teng, a business development manager at a waste management equipment provider, sees opportunities in his sector. ST PHOTO: KEVIN LIM
Above: Founders of Ants Innovate Ong Shujian (left) and Hanry Yu in their lab in Biopolis. The company specialises in cell-based meat. Left: Mr Ho Lip Teng, a business development manager at a waste management equipment provider, sees opportunities i
Founders of Ants Innovate Ong Shujian (left) and Hanry Yu in their lab in Biopolis. The company specialises in cell-based meat.ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO

What most people see as dirty, Mr Ho Lip Teng sees as opportunity.

The business development manager, 32, brims with ideas on how the waste sector he works in can be revolutionised with technology.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on November 21, 2020, with the headline 'A green recovery for S'pore?'. Print Edition | Subscribe