The talk of the town, or around the world, right now is sustainability. With growing concerns to ensure a sustainable future, countries around the world are implementing policies and efforts to combat climate change.

In Singapore, the government has taken the initiative to lead the way to pursue sustainable development with its GreenGov.SG initiative. This initiative forms a component and enabler of the Singapore Green Plan 2030, which in turn supports the global 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (2030 Agenda).

Under GreenGov.SG, the public sector aims to attain ambitious sustainability targets in carbon abatement and resource efficiency, and be a positive influence and enabler of green efforts, while encouraging and supporting public officers to embrace sustainable practices.

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