Singapore is growing a green node for sustainability efforts in Asia and can be a marketplace for carbon credits, says Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat.

Speaking at the 24th Credit Suisse Asian Investment Conference, DPM Heng outlined Singapore's status and potential as a gateway into investment in Asia, including green finance. 

“With up to 120 million hectares of land available for re-forestation, this can potentially contribute to carbon removal at a rate of 3.4 gigatonnes a year,” says DPM Heng. 

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