Singapore, often dubbed the “Garden City,” is setting an example for the world when it comes to sustainability and eco-friendliness. Despite its small size and dense population, the country is making significant strides. It makes in various domains to ensure a greener future. In this blog, we’ll explore some of the key initiatives that Singapore is taking to become more sustainable and eco-friendly.
Green Building Initiatives
Singapore is at the forefront of green building initiatives, with ambitious plans. It is to make 80% of its buildings sustainable by 2030. Led by the Building and Construction Authority (BCA), the country is home to standout. For examples like the iconic Marina Bay Sands and Nanyang Technological University. These buildings are not only architectural marvels but also incorporate energy-efficient systems. It is also water-saving technologies, and sustainable materials to create a more eco-friendly built environment
Electric Vehicles (EVs)
Singapore is actively promoting the use of electric vehicles (EVs) to lower carbon emissions. It is doing with a government-backed goal to phase out internal combustion engine vehicles by 2040. To facilitate this transition, the country has introduced initiatives like the BlueSG car-sharing program. The program which provides electric cars for public use, and has also increased the availability of charging stations. It will be making it more convenient for residents to adopt electric vehicles.