Lets build a City of Green Possibilities together
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Singapore started our green journey way before ‘Climate Change’ became a catchphrase. Here you will discover the incremental steps taken and bold visions for our shared future.
City in Nature
City in Nature is about creating a green, liveable and sustainable home for Singaporeans.
One of the key targets under the City in Nature pillar of the Green Plan is to plant one million more trees across our island between 2020 and 2030, which will sequester another 78,000 tonnes of CO2, and provide cleaner air and more shade. ”
Energy Reset is about using cleaner energy and increasing energy efficiency to lower our carbon footprint.
One of the key targets under the Energy Reset pillar of the Green Plan is to have all new car and taxi registritrations to be of cleaner-energy models from 2030. ”
Green Economy is about seeking green growth opportunities to create new jobs, transform our industries, and harness sustainability as a competitive advantage.
One of the key targets under the Green Economy pillar of the Green Plan is to become a leading centre for Green Finance in Asia and globally. ”
Resilient Future is about building up Singapore's climate resilience and enhancing our food security.
One of the key targets under the Resilient Future pillar of the Green Plan is to produce 30% of our nutritional needs by 2030 locally (30-by-30 target). ”
Sustainable Living is about keeping our environment clean while preserving resources and energy, making it a way of life in Singapore.
One of the key targets under the Sustainable Living pillar of the Green Plan is to reduce waste sent to our landfill per capita per day by 20% by 2026, with the goal of reaching 30% by 2030. ”
Ideas from People like You and Me
Ideas from People
like You and Me
“ Singapore’s food resilience doesn’t fall squarely on the shoulders of the Government and commercial farmers; we all have a part to play. We can grow our own food at home, in the office or at our neighbourhood community gardens. Buy local where possible, or support restaurants that buy from local farmers. Together, we can help Singapore secure our food future. ”