A surge in waste generation and subsequent reckless waste disposal has been described as a rapidly increasing issue that is wreaking havoc on the climate, marine ecosystem, and human health. To achieve a circular economy, all stakeholders must use sustainable waste transformation strategies focused on waste recovery, reuse to achieve circular economy and create new revenue models as we fight the global pandemic.
The renewables industry has reached a fundamentally new stage in its development. The cost of some renewable technologies – wind and solar in particular – has fallen to a level which has seen them become cost competitive with fossil fuels in some markets. A growing number of countries are adopting policies to encourage the growth of renewables, and the industry is attracting a new class of investor more commonly attracted to the stable returns of traditional infrastructure investments.
5G has the power to change the way industries serve their customers, offer new products and services, reduce costs and reinvent the business model. However, there are a variety of challenges to roll out and capture the maximum value from 5G. Coordinated efforts from
all stakeholders such regulators, operators, and enterprises will be required to ensure 5G lives up to its full potential.
The most interactive healthcare summit in Southeast Asia is coming to Kuala Lumpur again next 9th November – 10th November 2021 to address the most pressing issues in the healthcare sector. The summit with the theme of ‘Leveraging Human Touch and Technology in the Connected Health Era’ promises to be even larger and will feature keynotes sessions emphasizing on the digital health ecosystem, public health systems transformation, universal health coverage, robots in healthcare, integrated hospitals and burnout in HCW.