Audrey Tan, The Straits Times

Audrey Tan, The Straits Times

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23 April 2021
Weekly Wrap Up: Big promises at The Leaders Summit on Climate & How SG is going green
At the virtual leaders summit on climate, coinciding with Earth Day, US President Joe Biden pledged to cut US carbon emissions by half by the year 2030, and vowed to increase financing to help developing nations deal with climate change to $5.7 billion annually. Audrey Tan, Science and Environment correspondent, The Straits Times shares her biggest takeaways from day 1 of the leaders summit on climate, and the importance of Singapore going green.

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8 January 2021
Insights into the Singapore Government's vaccination program
What are the concerns on the ground with regard to vaccination safety? How much has Government reassurances allayed fears? Howie Lim from Prime Time speaks to Audrey Tan, Science and Environment Correspondent for The Straits Times to find out and to unpack what else was announced at this year's first parliamentary sitting.

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What 15 May 2020
COVID-19: Ever-changing profile of a silent killer with many questions left unanswered
Many things have changed since the world came to know of COVID-19, five months ago. And it looks like there may be more surprises to come. Rachel Kelly speaks to Audrey Tan, Science and Environment Correspondent, The Straits Times to find out the latest.

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