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With Climate Change As First Priority, Temasek’s Initiatives Are In Line With Singapore’s Sustainability Plans

6 Mins Read Singapore-based investment company Temasek recently announced that Dilhan Pillay Sandrasegara, currently the CEO of their commercial arm Temasek International, will succeed Ho Ching in her roles as Temasek CEO and executive director from October of this year, with Pillay emphasizing that climate change will be the main focus for the firm going forward. This is […]

Singapore: Students Set Up Divestment Group, Pressure University To Quit Fossil Fuels

3 Mins Read Students from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in Singapore have recently set up a new fossil fuel divestment group, demanding the university to make public its dirty energy investments and providing a platform for the university community to voice concerns over environmental and social injustice.  The campaign group seeks to pressure NTU, currently the city-state’s second […]

Singapore To Spend SGD100 Billion To Adapt To A Hot, Flooded, & Food Insecure Future

5 Mins Read Singapore has a S$100 billion plan to help the city-state adapt to a world stricken by the climate crisis. The island nation’s plan targets measures to survive in high temperatures and floodwaters as global heating continues to escalate, and will also involve initiatives to improve the state’s food self-sufficiency, sustainable and climate-resilient infrastructure and carbon […]