What are blue carbon credits and how to maximise their impact – The European Sting - Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Whitney Johnston, Director, Ocean Sustainability, Salesforce As demand grows for blue carbon credits, the businesses driving this growth have a responsibility to ensure returns are net positive for nature and people.Continue Reading

Small and growing businesses make the biggest impact on economies, and they need more support – The European Sting - Critical News & Insights on European Politics, Economy, Foreign Affairs, Business & Technology

(Credit: Unsplash) This article is brought to you thanks to the collaboration of The European Sting with the World Economic Forum. Author: Austin Mwape, Board Chairperson, Absa Bank Zambia Plc and National Advisory Board for Impact Investment Zambia, Hamdiya Ismaila, General Manager, Ghana Venture Capital Trust Fund, Diana Guzman, Head, Sustainable Development InvestmentContinue Reading

Dubai Economy issues 5,885 new licences in August - News

Investors repose trust in Dubai economy ahead of Expo 2020 as the government’s measures for ease of doing business starts yielding positive results Dubai on Saturday proved its economic resilience by recording strong growth in new licences in August as the investor sentiments pick up ahead of ExpoContinue Reading

The Green Economy Provides Many Gig Jobs

Ever wondered how the shift from fossil fuels to renewable sources will impact the economy? We explore how a green economy works and its impact on jobs, skills, and the future of work. What is the green economy and why is it happening? How will the green economy impact theContinue Reading

Circular economy concept.

By Clem Ugorji, Lead Advisor, Circularium Africa Advisory, and Colette van der Ven, Founder & Director, TULIP Consulting  Ghana is a fast-growing economy facing a plastics dilemma. Given the material’s favorable characteristics, plastics are a vital resource. It is used as an industrial input; ensures access to safe drinking water;Continue Reading

Abdullahi: Nigeria has Recorded Massive Growth in Digital Economy

Despite a harsh operating environment, Nigeria’s digital space keeps expanding, with the ICT sector sustaining a widely-acclaimed growth trajectory and increasing contribution to the country’s GDP, a feat underpinned by robust regulation and penetration. In this interview with Raheem Akingbolu, the Director General, National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), KashifuContinue Reading

UK partners with India to deliver a circular plastics economy

India has become the first Asian country to develop a plastics pact, launching a ground-breaking new initiative to bring together leading businesses at a national level to make commitments for building a circular system for plastics. The India Plastics Pact (IPP) has launched as a collaboration between: WWF India theContinue Reading

Malaysiakini

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is everywhere – making its way into various facets of our daily lives without us even knowing it. From banking to manufacturing industries, and even simple things like the autocorrect features and chatbots that we regularly encounter, AI has played a big role in shaping our societyContinue Reading