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Thu 09 Jun 2005

Contribute online to the review of the Singapore Green Plan 2012

Category : envt

'The Singapore Green Plan 2012, released in 2002, mapped out the strategic directions for Singapore to preserve, protect and enhance the environment and water resources for the next 10 years. The three-yearly review of this plan helps to ensure that "the plan and related efforts remain robust in the face of emerging environmental challenges."'

Public Feedback is actively sought for the SGP2012 review and you can provide feedback online immediately at this webpage. The invite immediate feedback about:

  • Enhancing Singapore's air quality
  • Conserving, valuing and enjoying our waters
  • Increasing recycling rate and reducing waste
  • Fighting against dengue, keeping our public areas and hawker centres clean
  • Conserving our natural heritage

You can also direct your feedback and views to the SGP2012 Secretariat at:

Email: mewr_sgp@mewr.gov.sg
Fax: (65) 6731 9456
Mail: Attn: SGP2012 Secretariat
Corporate Communications Department
Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources
Environment Building
40 Scotts Road #23-00
Singapore 228231

Public feedback will be redirected to the relevant Focus Group for its consideration. For more information, please call 1800-738 4622.

Minister for the Environment and Water Resources, Dr Yaacob Ibrahim said: "We hope that through this review, all of us would become more aware of the environmental challenges that we face as a nation, and be more proactive to do our part so that together, we can meet these challenges and ensure that we have a sustainable environment for our future generations."


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