Start of cleaning of Singapore River and Kallang Basin
Clean and Green WeekCampaign that comprises activities and events that let Singaporeans experience hands-on how to care for the environment as well as explore themes and issues relevant to the environment.
First Singapore Green Plan
ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze PollutionCalls for parties to undertake among others:
- Legislative and administrative measures to prevent and control activities related to land and forest fires that may result in transboundary haze pollution
- National as well as joint actions to intensify regional and international co-operation to prevent, assess and monitor transboundary haze pollution arising from land and forest fires
Updated the Singapore Green Plan 2012Singapore's ten-year plan for achieving sustainable development.
Targets: Reduce the ambient Particulate Matter 2.5 (PM 2.5) level to within an annual average of 15µg/Nm3 by 2014.
Increase catchment areas to 67% of Singapore's land surface.
Establish more parks and green linkages.
Sustainable Singapore BlueprintTargets: Reduce the level of fi ne particles in
the air (PM2.5) to 12μg/m3 and cap Sulphur
Dioxide (SO2) levels at 15μg/m3 by 2020, and
maintain the same levels up to 2030.
Improve accessibility for
pedestrians and cyclists and have 70% of all
journeys made via public transport.
Redue domestic water consumption to 140L per
person per day by 2030.
Transboundary Haze Pollution BillImpose fines of up to S$2 million on companies that cause or contribute to transboundary haze pollution in Singapore.