Statement On Allegations Of Sexual Harassment
The US healthcare sector would rank seventh in terms of greenhouse gas emissions if it were a country. How is it that those who are meant to be saving lives are actually making our planet sick? We delve into the dark side of healthcare - its contribution to climate change - and what can be done moving forward.
With New Year’s resolutions in full swing, many people may have chosen to cut down on their tech use—or even give it up altogether. The growing popularity of such “digital detoxes” is encouraged by a slew of negative findings about the effects of technology use, alongside claims that such action can help reduce stress and help people become more “present” and compassionate.
The Malaysian government is regulating initial coin offerings (ICOs) and cryptocurrency trading. We speak to Marcus von Engel and Henri Arslanian of PwC to talk about what’s changing the crypto landscape and how would this impact the industry
Minister of Energy, Technology, Science, Climate Change and Environment, Yeo Bee Yin came into office in July of 2018. Since then, she has cancelled four IPPs, introduced the Roadmap Towards Zero Single-Use Plastics, introduced improvements to the Net Energy Metering (NEM) systems and announced drafting plans for a Climate Change Act. We speak to her today about eliminating single-use plastics, renewable energy and climate change as she shines a light on her plans on transforming Malaysia's energy and environmental footprint. Listen in.
TM ONE, the business solutions arm of Telekom Malaysia Berhad, recently hosted an AI trade mission from the UK at the TM ONE Experience Centre in collaboration with the British High Commissioner. 9 companies showcased their expertise with disruptive trends like AI and Cybersecurity to help further support and accelerate the growth of Malaysia’s digital economy. We speak to Ahmad Azhar Yahya & Dr Sharlene Thiagarajah from TM on why this is important for TM and for Malaysia.