Here's how parents can explain climate change to kids

You can, with your child, make changes together at home to be more eco-friendly - to help reverse climate change. PHOTO: PEXELS
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Singapore has experienced some of its worst flash floods in the last few years. With climate change, this could get worse.

Today, human activity is causing global temperatures to go up higher and faster than at any other time in the past.

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