The island nation is looking to update its climate pledge under the Paris Agreement. A bold pledge is necessary to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Articles by Maegan Liew
While not easily visible, between 921 and 1,050 people in Singapore sleep on the streets every night. Why is the city-state leaving these vulnerable citizens behind?
The navy’s launch of its new Type 218SG submarine named ‘Invincible’ in February kickstarted a series of procurement plans by the Singapore Armed Forces as it prepares for future challenges.
At the 16th ASEAN Economic Ministers (AEM)-India Consultations, an agreement was reached for a review of the free trade agreement (FTA) between the two sides. This will be the first review of the pact in a decade.
The Chinese Communist Party seeks to shape public opinion and national identity in Singapore. The city-state’s citizens represent the strongest line of defence.
With 658 robots per 10,000 human workers, Singapore already boasts the world’s second-highest robot density. In coping with Industry 4.0 and the rise of robotics, machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI), the Singaporean workforce faces an increasingly volatile future.
In the Australian outback, the world’s largest solar farm is in the works – and it is set to power Singapore from 4,000km away.
Chinese Defence Minister Wei Fenghe’s visit to Singapore last month saw him deliver a highly anticipated speech at the Shangri-La Dialogue and enhance China’s bilateral defence pact with the city-state host.
Singapore’s tap water is perfectly safe for drinking. Yet, the city state’s thirst for bottled water continues to grow every year.
With an ageing population and a shrinking workforce, Singapore’s economy needs a game plan. Could a ‘996’ working culture be the key to greater productivity?