Recent progress to harness clean power such as solar will help Singapore reduce its emissions and fulfil its UN climate pledge. Climate Challenge speaks to solar leader Sunseap Leasing about its efforts to push the boundaries of clean energy in Singapore.
Paul Spedding –
As pressure grows on governments to take action to combat climate change, demand for fossil fuels is likely to drop, leading to a long-term depression in oil prices, says Paul Spedding, former global co-head of Oil And Gas Research at HSBC.
Richard Welford –
No matter where they occur, climate-related events have the potential to undermine the world economy and become a source of increased conflict, says CSR Asia chairman Richard Welford.
New research shows that a carbon price could drive down greenhouse gas emissions models than previously predicted. World Resources Institute climate economist Noah Kaufman explores the true potential of a price on carbon.
Droughts, heatwaves, and floods pose an ever-increasing humanitarian risk to communities across the world. CSR Asia associate Helen Roeth explores how the nature of aid delivery will change, and the business opportunities arising from this.
The time for incremental sustainability gains is ending; instead, the world is on the brink of widespread, disruptive shifts towards more sustainable business models, products, and technologies, says Volans chairman John Elkington.
Free, openly available tool from Autodesk enables cities to set science-based climate targets. By Emma Stewart, Ph.D., Head of Sustainability Solutions, Autodesk and Daniel Aronson, formerly Research Lead Director, Sustainability ...