Why is Singapore heating up 2x faster than the planet
Singapore is heating up twice as fast as the rest of the world – with maximum daily temperatures predicted to reach 35-37 degrees Celsius by year 2100. As the world gears up to slash global emissions after the alarming report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) in October 2018, we explore how, beyond climate change, the urban heat island effect spells trouble for future Singapore. The full episode is available here, and you can watch an extract below.
Climate change : A wicked Problem
This excellent four-part series from CNA investigates what Singapore is doing to combat climate change.
- Episode 1 – Our carbon problem
- Episode 2 – Our plastic problem
- Episode 3 – Our power problem
- Episode 4 – Our food problem