Do you want your company to become successful in Singapore, Asia, and beyond? One of the MUST-have tools in your management arsenal is sustainability. Today, over 90% of CEOs strongly believe that their focus on sustainability in their operations helps them to stand out and become more successful. As more stakeholders demand responsible and ethical corporate actions, there is no way out when it comes to sustainability. Your business cannot be left out because a positive environmental, social, and governance (ESG) rating comes with so many benefits. One of the most outstanding of these benefits is that it can help your company stand out in Singapore and across the globe. For most organizations, this is the biggest force they need for a unique brand, to win more clients, and race ahead of competitors. Now, this is your turn to transform sustainability into that crucial stepping stone to take your enterprise to the next level.
The threats facing the planet are complex and getting more severe every day. Think of the biggest challenge, global warming, which is threatening the existence of our planet and everything on it. Indeed, it appears that things are getting worse following the collapse of major initiatives, such as the Kyoto Protocol, an international treaty which extended the 1992 United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change that commits state parties to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, based on the scientific consensus that global warming is occurring and that human-made CO₂ emissions are driving it. However, there is one last strategy and that is operating sustainably, especially in reducing our carbon footprints. The biggest way to achieve this is by cutting down energy use in your facility. Keep reading to learn about the top five innovations that are helping companies to cut down their electricity and energy use in their operations. You should also consider adopting them for faster growth.
The demand for green buildings in Malaysia is growing fast. Developers are, indeed, working extra hard to try and cater to this fast-rising demand as more buyers insist they want to live eco-friendly lifestyles. Remember that this demand is not just from individual home buyers but also from corporates looking forward to keeping their operating costs as low and building positive brands on the market. So, what exactly is a green building? What benefits do green buildings have for Malaysians in Kuala Lumpur and other cities? Keep reading for all the answers that you need to know about the concept and its application in Malaysia.
Tourism is one of the fastest-growing sectors on the planet, according to the World Tourism Organization (WTO). Between 1950 and 2019, the number of tourists shot up by 5,500% to hit 1.4 billion. However, the modern traveler is different from that of the past by demanding to have a positive imprint with his/her efforts. Taiwan is one of the leading tourist attractions in Asia, but what is its sustainability record? Keep reading to learn more about sustainability in Taiwan's hospitality industry, including the best practices that you can use for higher environmental, social and governance (ESG) rating.
In 2015, Malaysia was among 192 countries at the UN General Assembly in New York where they ratified and adopted the Sustainable Development Goals and 169 specific targets. SDGs are universal sets of targets and goals that are expected to guide UN member states in framing their developmental and political agendas for a period of 15 years. So, how has Malaysia promoted sustainable development? In this post, we take a closer look at Malaysia to demonstrate its ESG ratings and progress toward sustainable development goals. We will also highlight what more needs to be done to make the country more sustainable.
Are you planning to invest in real estate in Asia? Whether targeting commercial, residential, or industrial real estate, Taiwan is one of the highly attractive markets. Indeed, the local property market is booming as large companies seek to set up their operations on the island, owing to the territory's enviable stability, which was evidenced even during the COVID-19 pandemic era. This post takes a closer look to answer the big question, “how big is commercial real estate in Taiwan?” We will also explore some of the best strategies that are used to make the properties more sustainable and attractive.
Taiwan, one of the most highly developed economies on the globe, is at a crossroads! It is faced with an energy dilemma, which is threatening it with a danger of rapid slowdown amidst emerging global dynamics. Its huge energy consumption and strong reliance on fossil fuel imports have exposed its vulnerabilities, especially to the global geopolitics being experienced in recent years. So, is there a solution to the ‘energy crisis in Taiwan?’ Keep reading for insights into Taiwan’s energy consumption metrics, challenges facing the island nation, and energy saving solutions.
Malaysia, one of the economic hubs of Southeast Asia, has reported huge economic growth over the last few decades. However, this growth is largely driven by oil and gas, which make the country not just dependent on fossil fuels but also addicted to them. Now, the realities of modern energy dynamics and shifting demands by different stakeholders have left Malaysia with no option but to shift to sustainable energy. However, this is proving to be a major challenge. Is there a way out? Keep reading to learn more about Malaysia's ambitious sustainability energy drive and the challenges ahead. We will also highlight some expert solutions that Malaysia should adopt along the way.