What Is The Singapore Green Plan 2030?
The Singapore Green Plan 2030, or the Green Plan, is a whole-of-nation movement to advance Singapore’s national agenda on sustainable development.
What Does The Green Plan Seek To Achieve?
The Green Plan charts ambitious and concrete targets over the next 10 years, strengthening Singapore’s commitments under the UN’s 2030 Sustainable Development Agenda and Paris Agreement, and positioning us to achieve our long-term net zero emissions aspiration by 2050.
Why Is The Green Plan Important?
Climate change is a global challenge, and Singapore is taking firm actions to do our part to build a sustainable future.
What Are The Green Plan’s Key Targets?
- - Plant 1 million more trees
- - Quadruple solar energy deployment by 2025
- - Reduce the waste sent to landfill by 30% by 2030
- - At least 20% of schools to be carbon neutral by 2030
- - All newly registered cars to be cleaner-energy models from 2030
How Will We Achieve These Key Targets?
The Green Plan comprises 5 pillars that will influence all aspects of our lives:
- 1. City in Nature
- 2. Energy Reset
- 3. Sustainable Living
- 4. Green Economy
- 5. Resilient Future
You Can Help Transform Our City
Everyone can play a part in making the Green Plan a reality. Let's build a greener and more liveable home together.
A Whole-of-Nation Sustainability Movement
The Green Plan is a multi-agency effort spearheaded by five ministries:
- - Ministry of Education
- - Ministry of National Development
- - Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment
- - Ministry of Trade and Industry
- - Ministry of Transport