Ritu Kant Ojha

Editor-in-chief of Wiyld - the global news platform on sustainability, climate change and green innovation, Ritu Kant Ojha is a senior business journalist and advisor to 100 plus CXOs on brand positioning. He is an international columnist, professional speaker and the author of acclaimed non-fiction - Real Conversations in Digital Age. Wiyld.com publishes news, analysis and interviews on the sustainable finance, sustainability, green innovation and e-mobility.
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Albert Croesi: Monaco is the land of opportunities

DUBAI. UAE. The Principality of Monaco has been taking...
00:16:45

How Indonesian palm oil industry is transforming to upcycling circular economy

Palm oil trees are native to Africa but were brought to South-East Asia just over 100 years ago as an ornamental tree crop. Now, Indonesia and Malaysia make up over 85% of global supply.

Here’s how Costa Rica transformed itself to one of most sustainable countries

DUBAI. UAE. From a country criticised for deforestation to...
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Here’s how Poland is fast becoming global digital economy

Krzysztof Szubert is Former Secretary of State / Deputy...
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Here’s how climate change is impacting wine production

The study mentions that the cooler wine producing regions including Germany, New Zealand and the US Pacific Northwest would comparatively be unharmed in the 2 degree Celsius scenarios. The regions which are already hot like Italy, Spain, and Australia faced the largest losses, because they are already limited to planting the warmest varieties.

Urgent need for tighter space orbit regulations to avoid collisions: Claude Nicollier

DUBAI. UAE. Prof Claude Nicollier is the first Swiss...

Albert Croesi: Monaco is the land of opportunities

DUBAI. UAE. The Principality of Monaco has been taking...
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How Indonesian palm oil industry is transforming to upcycling circular economy

Palm oil trees are native to Africa but were brought to South-East Asia just over 100 years ago as an ornamental tree crop. Now, Indonesia and Malaysia make up over 85% of global supply.

Here’s how Costa Rica transformed itself to one of most sustainable countries

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