Solving the Global Cooling Problem
A cooling plant for the underground district cooling network, operated by SP Group’s Singapore District Cooling, stands in Singapore. (Photographer: Wei Leng Tay/Bloomberg)

Solving the Global Cooling Problem

(Bloomberg) -- In Singapore, close to the Equator, temperatures regularly rise above 32 degrees Celsius (90 Fahrenheit) — but inside the soaring glass greenhouses of Gardens by the Bay, the country...
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