The face of the $20.51 trillion global banking industry and the payment industry is changing rapidly due to the Open Banking revolution that is unfolding worldwide to become a $43.15 billion business worldwide by 2026.
With an estimated 60,000 charging points in Singapore by 2030 based on the assumption that one-third of the cars in Singapore will be EVs, Singapore will not suffer the common pain point of insufficient charging points found in other parts of the world.
The agenda of ending world hunger and malnutrition in all its forms by 2030 is facing formidable challenges as the climate crisis and hunger are linked inextricably, and that along with several major drivers have put the world off track.
Prediction 5: By 2026, 25% of the new application portfolio of global and local public, private, and nonprofit organizations will consist of consortia-developed applications within their industry ecosystem.
Failure to close the existing gap can hinder companies' efforts aimed at cultivating a sustainable workforce given that 50% of employees worldwide, according to the World Economic Forum, will need reskilling by 2025.
Climate Group's RouteZero campaign brought together commitments from policymakers, auto manufacturers and other stakeholders to shift towards 100% ZEV adoption, by 2035 in leading markets and by 2040 globally.
Even if global warming was limited to 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels, which would require a dramatic reduction to almost half of global CO2 emissions by 2030 from 2010 levels, 70 to 90% of today's corals would disappear.
The Japanese car manufacturer, which launched one of the world's first mass market electric vehicles (EVs) with its Leaf model a decade ago, said it would introduce 23 electrified vehicle models by 2030, with 15 of them fully electric.
By 2022, I-DAIR will federate a network of nine hubs to institute its distributed research architecture aimed at promoting global collaboration in research and countering the hoarding of data and knowledge in the digital and AI world.
The early and strategic closure of the world's worst polluting power stations, including inefficient fossil fuel and biomass plants, could avoid the premature deaths of up to six million people by 2050.
Even if drastic emission reductions ensured global heating was limited to 1.5 C above pre-industrial levels - which would require almost halving global CO 2 emissions by 2030 from 2010 levels - 70% to 90% of today's corals would vanish.
The Glasgow Leaders' Declaration on Forests and Land Use, signed by 134 countries at COP26, represents a new global commitment to end land degradation and deforestation by 2030, covering 91% of forests globally.