99 per cent of Singapore businesses are small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and they are crucial to any country’s net zero ambitions. But they face challenges with cost and manpower. Julie Yoo speaks to CEO of Containers Printers Amy Chung who’s been a first mover in cutting emissions.
Whether you love or hate the thorny fruit, they are precious raw material for one med-tech start-up in Singapore. N&E Innovations' Didi Gan and Devi Krishna tell Julie Yoo how they stumbled on turning food waste into all natural products and what sparked their interest.
What gets measured gets managed. This is the belief underlying the business of Grace Sai and Marc Allen, co-founders of Unravel Carbon. CNA presenter Juile Yoo gets the co-founders to talk about how their climate-tech start up wants to offer companies in Asia a fast and painless way to track and reduce their carbon emissions.
Record heatwaves are hitting countries from Europe to Asia in a sign we are heading towards a much hotter future. Singapore will not be spared – but can we deal with intense heat? How will the lived experiences of a diverse group of people change and what do we need to do to cope? Associate Professor Gregory Clancey at the National University of Singapore explains how history can give us ideas and
He used to enjoy a good old-fashioned greasy burger but now, Addis Tan, the co-founder of Love Handle, is all about food that is good for people and the environment. He sits down with Julie Yoo to talk about breaking barriers and staying hungry in the business of plant-based meats.
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