Climate action exhibition to be held at Singapore Botanic Gardens from Apr 12

This will be the second edition of the Climate Action Exhibition series.

Kassandra Kasman

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Published: 12 April 2022, 1:13 PM

The second edition of the Climate Action Exhibition titled Change the Present, Save the Ocean, was launched at the net-zero City Developments Limited (CDL) Green Gallery at Singapore Botanic Gardens on Tuesday (Apr 12) and will run until August.

The exhibition, jointly organised by CDL, the National Park Boards and Ocean Geographic, aims to showcase the connection between living things and the ocean. It will also highlight the importance of coastal and marine conservation.


The net-zero CDL Green Gallery has hosted over 18 exhibitions on biodiversity, gardening and sustainability-related topics. PHOTO CREDIT: FACEBOOK/ NPARKS


The four zones of the exhibitions are namely Global Action, Local Action, The Private Sector and Your Part in Ocean Action.

Global Action will spotlight the global efforts to conserve and sustainably use the ocean and marine resources, while Local Action will highlight NParks’ role in protecting marine biodiversity and its Marine Conservation Master Plan.

The Private Sector will focus on CDL and the Green Building Movement partnership and Your Part in Ocean Action will showcase the photos and videos from Ocean Geographic and its partners.

These will all be in a contactless display format.

Mr Sherman Kwek, Group Chief Executive Officer of CDL, hopes that the exhibition will help visitors “gain a better understanding and appreciation of the pressing issues surrounding marine conservation and biodiversity”.

Change the Present, Save the Ocean is free for admission. Visitors are encouraged to check the Safe Distance @ Park Portal for updates on the visitorship status.

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