The 'wild' cost of climate action

Singapore earlier this year announced its intentions to have national emissions taper down to net-zero by or around 2050. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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SINGAPORE - Global momentum on climate change action is picking up against a backdrop of extreme weather events, and countries are turning to renewable energy to reduce their reliance on fossil fuels.

Singapore is among them, with the Republic earlier this year announcing its intentions to have national emissions taper down to net-zero by or around 2050.

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