'What if Singapore does not have 50 to 100 years to deal with climate change?' in the title of a Today Online article by ASE Prof Benjamin Horton, climate change scientist and co-author of the latest IPCC report. Read it here
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ASE professors regularly serve as expert commentators to media, including Straits Times, Channel News Asia and the BBC.
Click here to watch a vido on the 2019 Partners for the Environment (PFE) Forum, organized by the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources. By bringing together key partners from the Private, People and Public sectors it promotes the sharing of ideas and initiatives towards zero waste. ASE’s Professor Benjamin Horton Professor was an invited speaker for the session on Climate Change...
Climate change was one of the future challenges that PM Lee addressed in his National Day Rally speech, and the Straits Times follow this up with an article on sea level rise in Singapore, with comments by sea level rise researcher and ASE Professor Benjamin Horton. Read the article here
Partners for the Environment (PFE) Forum is an annual event organized by the Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources. By bringing together key partners from the Private, People and Public sectors it promotes the sharing of ideas and initiatives towards zero waste. The 2019 PFE forum, held on Wednesday 17 July, was arranged in collaboration with the British High Commission in...
Earlier this year Singapore’s government announced the start of a National Sea Level Programme, in anticipation of climate-change induced sea level rise, and this week Environment and Water Resources Minister Masagos Zulkifli said the program will receive S$10 million in funding from the government over the next five years. In a commentary for Today online, ASE’s chair Prof Benjamin...