National Climate Change Secretariat

7 Suggestions for Public Consultation on Climate Change and Singapore

The government is conducting a public consultation for Singapore’s plan to reduce carbon emissions and promote green growth beyond 2020. You can give your feedback to the National Climate Change Secretariat (NCCS) by 31 Mar 2015. Here’s our suggestions that was submitted to NCCS: 1. Introduce basic carbon footprint reporting…

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Singapore’s National Climate Change Strategy 2012 – Random Thoughts

The National Climate Change Strategy 2012 (NCCS-2012) document was launched last month by DPM Teo Chee Hean, Deputy Prime Minister and Chairman of the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Climate Change (IMCCC). The 140-page document outlines Singapore’s strategy and plans to address climate change and is published by the National Climate Change…

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Singapore’s National Climate Change Strategy 2012 – Key Points

The much-anticipated National Climate Change Strategy 2012 (NCCS-2012) document was launched today by DPM Teo Chee Hean, Deputy Prime Minister and Chairman of the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Climate Change (IMCCC). The 140-page document outlines Singapore’s strategy and plans to address climate change and is published by the National Climate Change…

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Thoughts on the NCCS Public Perception Survey on Climate Change in Singapore

From Oct to Dec last year, the National Climate Change Secretariat (NCCS) commissioned a survey among 1,010 Singaporeans aged 15 and above, to find out the current level of public awareness, attitudes and behaviours towards climate change in Singapore. Here’s some of the survey results and our thoughts: Gap Between…

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12 Ideas for the National Climate Change Strategy 2012

The National Climate Change Secretariat (NCCS) is currently preparing the National Climate Change Strategy 2012 (NCCS-2012) publication, and is seeking public feedback and ideas. The NCCS-2012 will provide a framework and overall strategy for Singapore to tackle climate change, and will outline policies and measures to reduce emissions, cope with…

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