climate change

Sustainability

Singapore boosts climate pledge to halve emissions by 2050

SINGAPORE (Mar 1): Singapore enhanced its pledge to reduce the amount of greenhouse gases it emits, saying it now aims to halve emissions from an expected peak in 2030 within the following two deca

Sustainability

The challenging arithmetic of climate action

(Feb 21): Climate change was at the forefront of last month’s World Economic Forum (WEF) meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

Singapore Budget

More than a relief Budget

Budget 2020 is expected to counter economic uncertainty wrought by the coronavirus outbreak without losing sight of the government's longer-term policy goals, say analysts 

Real estate investment beyond 2020: Going beyond location and yield

Property

Real estate investment beyond 2020: Going beyond location and yield

(Jan 31): Will building skyports for flying cars become the latest “must have” feature for luxury residential buildings? Will there be human settlements on Mars?

Future of the economy

Walking the talk of stakeholder capitalism

(Jan 31): The role of corporate boards has never been more important, nor subject to as much scrutiny, as it is today.

Goldman Sachs Asset Management: Investment themes 2020

Asian investors most keen on sustainable investing

(Jan 31): Investors in Asia have a surprisingly high level of interest in sustainable investing, says UK-based asset manager Schroders.

Disruption and Digitalisation

Cyber incidents seen as bigger risk than business interruption, climate change in Asia Pacific: Allianz

SINGAPORE (Jan 14): Cyber incidents has toppled business interruption to be ranked the top business risk in Asia Pacific for the first time.

Issues that matter

World has long way to go to achieve UN goals

Fragmented standards, inconsistency in taxonomy and lack of clear direction are barriers to true climate change action

Geopolitics

Obama is more worried about these three things than missing nukes

SINGAPORE (Dec 16): Political polarisation, climate change and social media are three trends that keep former US president Barack Obama “up at night”.

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