Bringing ‘green heroes’ to light


M. Gandhi (second from left) and Asian Professional Security Association (APSA) president Datuk Seri Mustapa Ali (third from left) with presenters Zuethen (left), Lindgreen (fourth from left) and Sundstrup (centre, back row) and other representatives from Wafa, APSA and UBM.

OUR obsession with productivity, efficiency and rapid technological advancement is disrupting the balance of our ecosystem, which may in time, lead to an unsustainable future for mankind.

According to a presentation by Water Air Food Awards (Wafa) Business Driven Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) senior adviser Brian Sundstrup, 85% of the earth’s soil has been degraded and by 2027, the world could face a 214 trillion calorie deficit.

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