You are here

Singapore pledges new 2030 greenhouse gas targets to limit climate change

greenhousesph.jpg
Singapore has outlined two new environmental targets for the country for the year 2030, in line with global plans to limit climate change and its impact on the world.

[SINGAPORE] Singapore has outlined two new environmental targets for the country for the year 2030, in line with global plans to limit climate change and its impact on the world.

The Government has pledged that Singapore's greenhouse gas emissions will peak around 2030 at the equivalent of about 65 million tonnes of carbon dioxide, even if the economy continues to grow after that year.

Read the full story here.