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"What if one day, we woke up to find Singapore empty? What if one day, it simply.. ran out on us?" The Sustainable Singapore Blueprint (SSB) outlines our national vision and plans for a more liveable and sustainable Singapore, to support the diverse needs and growing aspirations of Singaporeans. It is a plan for action and provides all of us a unique opportunity to work together to create a better home, a better environment, and a better future that we can all be proud of. To find out more about the blueprint and join the Sustainable Singapore Movement, please visit www.mewr.gov.sg/ssb!
Most interesting and picturesque views and places of Singapore, wonder of Asia. Footages used for this video were shot in April 2015 during three weeks trip to Singapore and Hong Kong. Music: Mirage of Deep, Claude Chagall.
When we inherit the earth from our forefathers, we are merely custodians of the environment. But we should serve as stakeholders and create a better environment to pass on to our children, and they to theirs! Watch this video on our hopes and dreams for the Singapore of the future now! Facebook: www.facebook.com/mewrsingapore Website: www.mewr.gov.sg
THE SINGAPORE CULTURES LIMITED CHANNEL சிங்கப்பூர் கலாச்சாரங்கள் குறைந்த அளவு சேனல் SINGAPURA BUDAYA TERHAD SALURAN 新加坡文化有限公司通道，为今后的岁月里 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED @ 2005 - 2020 A video that shows how Singapore's clean and green environment with plants and trees all around besides every roads and houses name HDB. See the Sun Shines while the rain drops as water that allowed the Plants and the grass to be more greener.
Explore over 5,000 stories at https://www.cgs.sg/singapore-environment-story
Known as Asia's greenest city, and with one of the highest population densities in the world, Singapore has long favoured innovative environmentally friendly ideas. It's a low-lying island and city-state in which the majority of the population lives in high-rise public housing. However, challenges from rapid urbanisation, sea level rise and a changing climate are pushing planners and policymakers to find innovative ways of coping with the pressures of growing demand. From vertical farms to living buildings, Singapore is on the cutting edge of environmentally sustainable urban solutions that have the best interest of the country's future at heart. Russell Beard travels there to meet some of the entrepreneurs who are helping the island city-state earn its green title.
Share your hopes and aspirations for a cleaner, greener environment and learn how everyone can play a part. Join us at the Clean & Green SG50 Carnival on 31st October and 1st November, at the open field next to Punggol MRT!
Are you considering migrating to other parts of the world to start a new chapter of your life? If you were looking for a decent job as well as a place where you can live comfortably, then I would recommend you "Singapore". Strong Law Enforcement Benefit of living in Singapore is it is quite safe to walk alone in the streets. Though crimes do occur, the rates are relative lower than that in other countries Climate What makes Singapore so attractive to live is its peaceful environment. There are no natural disasters, such as earthquakes, typhoons, tornadoes and winter coldness. All you have is either rain or shine. Networking Making use of the geographical location of Singapore, many big and small organizations set up bases here to have access to other parts of Asia and Middle East. ...
Unilever's new Singapore office is designed to the Agile Workplace principles to enable greater collaboration, employee engagement and create a great place to work. It's a space that brings Unilever's brands to life for employees, with great facilities and space designed around activities. With the latest sustainability features, the workplace is also a flagship office on how great design can help Unilever reduce its environmental footprint, and contribute to its ambitious Sustainable Living Plan targets.
This video shows how Singapore is addressing climate change by reducing emissions across sectors, building capabilities to adapt to the impact of climate change, harnessing green growth opportunities and forging partnerships on climate change action. © National Climate Change Secretariat Singapore
The is the full lecture of " Environment Sustainability - The Singapore Journey " on 26 April 2017, by a panel comprising, Mr Loh Ah Tuan, Member of CLC’s Panel of Experts; Mr Liak Teng Lit, Chairman of the National Environment Agency, Group Chief Operating Officer of Perennial Real Estate Holdings Ltd, and Chief Executive Officer of Perennial Healthcare Pte. Ltd; and Ms Isabella Loh, Chairman of the Singapore Environment Council. The session was moderated by A/P Paulin Straughan, Sociologist with the National University of Singapore. Singapore has enjoyed a reputation as a clean and green city for the last few decades. The government has always recognised the importance of cultivating a healthy environment to improve the people’s quality of life and the need to develop good infrastructu...
Alexandra Hospital, Senoko Power Limited and South West Community Development Council (CDC) were awarded the 2008 Presidents Award for the Environment (PAE) for their efforts in achieving environmental and water sustainability.
MEWR extends our heartiest congratulations to the 2012 recipients of the President's Award for the Environment! Three environmental champions have received the award from President Tony Tan Keng Yam at the inaugural Singapore Environment and Water Awards Ceremony held at the Istana on 28 September 2012. They are: HSBC Singapore, Marsiling Secondary School and Panasonic Asia Pacific. The President's Award for the Environment is the highest accolade in Singapore that recognises individuals, organisations and companies for their significant contributions to Singapore's efforts in achieving environmental sustainability.
Three outstanding pacesetters in sustainable development received the President's Award for the Environment from President S R Nathan on 13 Oct 2009. They are Commonwealth Secondary School, National Youth Achievement Award (NYAA) Council and STMicroelectronics Private Limited. Go to http://www.mewr.gov.sg/presidentsaward for more info on the winners.
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