Securing a Future for the World’s Coral Reefs

RIYADH, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Nov. 18, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Prof. Carlos M. Duarte, a professor in Marine Science at the King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, KAUST, held a media briefing during the Summit Week of the Saudi G20 Presidency to talk about Securing a Future for the World’s Coral Reefs in the G20 International Media Center in Riyadh.

Professor Duarte highlighted the need for international collaboration as key, as no single nation has the capacity to reverse the threat to coral reefs alone.

Professor Duarte, said:

“The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is committed to the conservation of coral reefs and learning from the resistance of the coral reefs in the Red Sea to damage to be able to share the lessons that we have learnt with the rest of the world but we can’t do that alone

“We need a global partnership

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Businesses across tech adapt to storing and securing data with containers on the cloud

The ongoing cloud transformation of the business world has companies adopting a variety of cloud-native tech — like container platform Kubernetes — to take full advantage of cloud computing.

One of the most significant shifts that has come as a result has been the adoption of tech-like dynamic provisioning, which allows businesses to create container-native storage and scale that storage up or down as needed.

“Today … as people are developing and deploying applications, those applications need to dynamically provision the infrastructure,” said Brent Compton (pictured, right), senior director of data services at Red Hat Inc. “[In the past,] when applications or teams needed storage, they would … file a ticket and typically wait. Now they make an API call, and storage is dynamically provisioned and provided to their application.”

Compton and Sam Werner (pictured, left), vice president, offering manager and business line executive, Storage, at IBM, spoke with

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Securing the Future of Energy in The Philippines

Leading PH and VN energy players gather online next week for The Future Energy Show Philippines 2020 and The Future Energy Show Vietnam 2020 mega virtual event.

Philippines, Nov 13, 2020 – (ACN Newswire) – On 16-19 November 2020 (09:00, GMT+8), The Future Energy Show Philippines (16-17 November) and The Future Energy Show Vietnam (18-19 November) launches live online, bringing together thousands of virtual participants to chart the future of energy in two of Southeast Asia’s most exciting markets.

With the Philippines’ growing population and continued industrialization, the Department of Energy (DoE) has forecast the country’s demand for electricity in 2040 to reach over 40,000 megawatts (MW), which far exceeds the existing dependable capacity of 22,736 MW. The Philippine Energy plan targets to increase installed renewable capacity to 20,000 MW by 2040, to help achieve the goal of reliable energy for all in the Philippines.

This landscape, together with the

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