S'pore Green Plan helps govt agencies work together on sustainability initiatives: Grace Fu

The Green Plan allows different ministries to understand the direction of the policy, and to better engage stakeholders, said Ms Grace Fu. PHOTO: ST FILE
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SINGAPORE - The Singapore Green Plan 2030 - launched about a year ago to chart a more sustainable future for the country - has been useful in getting government bodies to work on sustainability initiatives together instead of in silos, said Minister for Sustainability and the Environment Grace Fu.

"In the past, we tended to focus on initiatives within our own ministries," she told The Straits Times in an interview late last month. "But now, we regularly bring together the different ministries involved in the Green Plan for discussions on their various policies and initiatives and how they fit together."

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