Saturday 10 June 2023

The IMO 'must take the bull by the horns'

To supercharge the green shift, a clear zero-emissions target by 2050, a market-based levy on CO2 emissions and an improved set of efficiency measures are needed and as the industry’s global regulator the IMO is the body to do it – and fast.   


Investors ‘are overlooking’ the GCC sovereign bond market

Institutional investors and wealth managers may be overlooking the benefits of investing in the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) sovereign bond market.   This is according to leading independent European ETF provider, Tabula Investment Management Limited (Tabula),


How AI can help agriculture adapt to climate change

AI has emerged as a promising tool in the fight against climate change which has the potential to revolutionise agriculture by optimising resource management, increasing crop productivity, and helping farmers make more informed decisions.    To address the


What’s wrong with business intelligence solutions?

If you’ve been around the hospitality industry for any length of time, you will have heard the term “business intelligence” tossed around by tech experts and, if you’re like most hoteliers, the term still conjures up some vague idea of a bunch of data in charts and graph


Connected workplace key to productivity and profits

The key to unlocking employee productivity is to cultivate a ‘connected culture’ in which staff find it easy to communicate with one another, according to workplace communication experts at TelephoneSystems.Cloud. According to one study, 71% of those employees who sai


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