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Lets build a City of Green Possibilities together

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Our Milestones

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.

SG Eco Fund Reviews Grant Call Cycles to Encourage More Applications
Ten projects recognised for outstanding greenery under the National Parks Board’s Landscape Excellence Assessment Framework (LEAF) Certification Scheme
Overall Waste Generation and Recycling Rates Increased in 2021 as Economic Activity Picked Up
PUB Seeks Proposals on Use of Emerging Technologies to Boost Data Capabilities for Development of Coastal Protection Strategies
Tuas Power-ST Engineering Consortium and PUB open Singapore’s fifth desalination plant
Opening Remarks by Senior Minister of State for Transport, Amy Khor at the Singapore Green Plan Conversation on Energy Reset
SFA launches the Singapore Food Statistics 2021
Singapore Maritime Week 2022: Forging Ahead through Transformation for Growth in Innovation, Sustainability, Maritime Services, and Talent

City in Nature

Energy Reset

Green Economy

Resilient Future

Sustainable Living

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. ”
Bjorn Low
Executive Director of Edible Garden City

We Need to Act Now

Some will find it easy to begin. Most of us will take a bit more time to adapt. Everyone of us can certainly do our part to make the Green Plan a reality. We just have to start now.

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The Green Plan is a multi-agency effort spearheaded by five ministries:

Ministry of Education (MOE) Singapore Ministry of National Development (MND) Singapore Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment (MSE) Singapore Ministry of Trade & Industry (MTI) Singapore Ministry of Transport (MOT) Singapore Ministry of Education (MOE) Singapore Ministry of National Development (MND) Singapore Ministry of Sustainability and the Environment (MSE) Singapore Ministry of Trade & Industry (MTI) Singapore Ministry of Transport (MOT) Singapore