Extreme climate changes can negatively impact the financial resilience of businesses, argues Dr Artur Hugon, an associate professor at Arizona State University.
Plastic waste has been a widely discussed topic in recent times. But there’s another growing problem that we need to talk about—and that’s e-waste. We speak to SMU Prof Shantanu Bhattacharya to get some sense of why this is a ... Read More
Singapore’s local cuisine is the outcome of different food traditions intermingling through trade and cultural exchange. As what the world eats becomes increasingly globalised, Prof Lily Kong argues that the best way to keep Singaporean food ... Read More
Sustainable living has just gotten easier, thanks to the efforts of SMU Accountancy alumna Joline Tang and her eco-friendly business, The Sustainability Project.
The zero-waste movement is picking up pace both globally and locally, but for many it may seem unattainable and complicated. Sheryl Lee shares six simple swaps to help you get started.
To get ahead in your career, it is important not just to find a job but one in an industry that is bursting with potential. Here are 5 unexpected sectors to be bullish about and potential roles you can land.
With sustainability now a core part of global businesses’ day-to-day operations, accountants discovering the need for knowledge and skills in this area. SMU Assoc Prof Hwang Soo Chiat explains why.
Following a trip to Europe which opened his eyes to possible ways of reducing food waste, SMU alumni Nicholas Lim and Tylor Jong decided to set things in motion with their social enterprise, TreeDots.