Extreme weather, crop losses, higher sea levels - the price of global warming and a 1.5 deg C temperature rise as early as 2030 is a frightening prospect.
Tackling the problem, however, presents an opportunity that could transform the way Singaporeans live and how the economy functions for the better, said Environment and Water Resources Minister Masagos Zulkifli.
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