Conversations on Singapore Green Plan 2030
The Singapore Green Plan 2030 outlines the country’s sustainable development efforts over the next decade. This multi-agency effort has five pillars – City in Nature, Sustainable Living, Energy Reset, Green Economy and Resilient Future.
The Green Plan will influence all aspects of our lives, from the way we live to how we work and play. How might we come together to make Singapore a more sustainable and liveable home?
The National Youth Council (NYC) engaged students from the Institute of Technical Education (ITE) College Central, various IHLs in Singapore and young working adults in a series of conversations to better understand youth sentiments on the Green Plan to seek youth views on this topic.
Beyond these conversations, NYC will provide opportunities for youths to take ground-up action to champion and make a difference in the community.
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Explore the tiles below to find out more about youth conversations and sentiments about the Singapore Green Plan 2030
Conversations on SG Green Plan (Session 2) Highlights
The second session involved 40 youths from ITE College Central
Conversations on SG Green Plan (Session 3) Highlights
The third session involved 84 youths from 7 universities
Conversation on Green Commutes (Session 4) Highlights
The fourth session, co-organised with Land Transport Authority, involved 64 youths
Conversation on SG Green Plan: Towards a Sustainable Future (Session 5)
The fifth session, co-organised by MOE, involved 196 youths
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