Carbon emissions

Is ASEAN losing its battle with climate change? 

A series of key reports released over the past month have proven just how ineffective global efforts to address climate change have been.Greenhouse gases (GHG) keep on rising, and the planned production of fossil fuels provides countries with no chance of achieving the 2015 Paris Agreement – a treaty ratified by 184 countries which aims to limit global temperature increases to below two degrees Celsius by 2100 and no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius. Despite ambitious goals, the volunta

26 November 2019

Hydrogen: The long overdue solution

Energy transition and decarbonisation are becoming increasingly critical to addressing the ever-growing concerns of climate change. In spearheading decarbonisation efforts, we must pay special attention to the development of hydrogen. Hydrogen is more than just another option that we can add to the long list of clean technology as it can provide an energy supply which is uniquely flexible.

24 November 2019

Thunberg berates leaders at UN climate summit

An emotional Greta Thunberg tore into world leaders at a UN climate summit Monday, accusing them of betraying her generation by failing to tackle greenhouse gas emissions, as announcements by major economies fell far short of expectations.The Swedish teen's impassioned speech, in which she repeated the words "How dare you" four times, was the defining moment of the meeting, called by UN chief Antonio Guterres to reinvigorate the faltering Paris climate agreement.Ahead of the co

24 September 2019

AirAsia pushing sustainable tourism

The arrival of budget airlines has seen the tourism industry enjoy unprecedented growth, with a rising middle class increasingly seeking new and exciting destinations to visit.

10 August 2019