What different public policy solutions are available to an individual government such as
Singapore’s to combat climate change? What are the pros and cons of each?
Singapore has released a national climate change strategy document which outlines the country's plans to address climate change through a whole-of-nation approach. The key elements of Singapore's climate strategy include reducing emissions across sectors, building capabilities to adapt to the impact of climate change, harnessing opportunities for green growth and forging partnerships on climate change action. The 136-page document was launched by Deputy Prime Minister Teo Chee Hean, who is also the chairman of the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Climate Change.