Climate change is often regarded as one of the most profound global challenges by most governments and Singapore is no exception. In recent times, climate activism has been on the rise and is now a global movement – but, why does it remain so difficult to take action on the climate crisis? In this article, The IAS Gazette explores reasons behind this crucial inaction.
To commemorate the 40th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Chile and Singapore, the Embassy of Chile held a celebration at the iconic Raffles Hotel Singapore in memory of Pablo Neruda, a celebrated poet and Nobel Prize winner.
China’s ambitious Belt and Road Initiative can bring good fortune to countries it steps foot in, but leaders must also be wary of dead ends they may find difficult to navigate out of.
Former Ambassador Of Chile To Singapore Talks Climate, Singapore, And How He Entered The Foreign Service
Is Chile still at the forefront of climate activism after the cancellation of COP25 in the country last year? Did Chile betray the environment by not signing the Escazú Agreement? As Singapore celebrates 40 years of diplomatic relations with Chile last year, former Ambassador of Chile to Singapore, James Sinclair Manley, not only tackles some of these questions with us, he also shares some of the best practices the two countries can contribute to one another.
As part of our All in a Day’s Work series, we talk to Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) alumni Cheryl Wijaya to find out more about her internship at the Embassy of The Republic of Indonesia in Singapore.