Singapore lays out plans for green and sustainable future

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Singapore is setting out towards a sustainable future as it recovers from Covid-19, with seven ministers detailing the country’s green plans in Parliament during an omnibus session yesterday.

Over about five hours, they announced sweeping new measures that will change the way people live, learn and play – building on the Singapore Green Plan 2030 framework that was announced last month to inform the Republic’s sustainability journey.

For instance, buildings, which contribute more than 20 per cent to national emissions, will be made more energy-efficient under a new edition of the Singapore Green Building Masterplan.

+INFO: The Straits Times

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