SUSTAINABILITY & CIRCULAR ECONOMY
The Singapore government has been actively promoting sustainability and circular economy through various initiatives. The Sustainable Singapore Blueprint was launched in 2015, which sets out a vision for Singapore to become a “City in Nature” by 2030.
Sustainability and Circular Economy :
An Insight to the concept of Sustainability
The concept of sustainability and circular economy has been gaining traction in Singapore in recent years, as the country looks to become more environmentally conscious. The Singapore government has been actively promoting sustainability and circular economy through various initiatives. The Sustainable Singapore Blueprint was launched in 2015, which sets out a vision for Singapore to become a “City in Nature” by 2030. This includes plans to reduce carbon emissions, increase green spaces, and promote sustainable consumption and production.
This programme will discuss the various initiatives taken by the government and private sector to promote sustainability and circular economy in Singapore.
This program is ideal for individuals or schools, both local and international, who wish to discover more about Singapore's sustainability initiatives and projects.
(Note that final agenda, list of participating companies and activities is subject to change and will be determined for each individual program.)
PART ONE [1.5 HOURS]
09:00 am - 01:00 pm
Sustainability Guided Walking Tour | Sustainability Puzzle Hunt
From vertical greens that reach up to the sky, to underground spaces hundreds of metres deep, Singapore had to be creative in using our limited land space. With brilliant foresight, our city planners have designed Marina Bay to be the model for sustainable and liveable cities around the world. More than just giving Singapore a brand-new stunning city skyline, Marina Bay has been designed over 40 years with sustainability in mind, adopting environmentally friendly strategies and technologies in its development.
Learn about how Singapore can continue to remain a city of the future with deliberate urban planning and what we can do as citizens to contribute towards making Singapore one of the best cities to live in.
PART TWO[1.0 HOURS]
DISCOVER UNIQUE F&B CONCEPTS
01:30 pm - 02:30 pm:
Choose from a variety of dining options, depending on your dietary requirements, preferences and budget. Whether you're looking for an educational yet delicious lunch at one of Singapore's most unique F&B concepts, or just a standard meal or catering option, there is something for everyone.
PART THREE [1.5 HOURS]
INNOVATION IN SUSTAINABILITY
03:00 pm - 04:30 pm
Visit a Singapore-based company that produces high-quality fish and seafood in a sustainable and environmentally friendly manner, with advanced technology and systems They have a state-of-the-art aquaculture facility equipped with advanced technology and systems. In addition to their aquaculture operations, the company also operates a seafood processing facility where they prepare their products for distribution to customers.
VIDEO & PHOTO GALLERY
English-speaking local guide
Others not listed under inclusions
Learn about how Singapore can continue to remain a city of the future with deliberate urban planning.
Visit a Singapore-based company that produces high-quality fish and seafood in a sustainable and environmentally friendly manner, with advanced technology.
Know Before You Book
You will need a minimum group size of 20 people to book this tour.
- From S$3,800 per program (max 40 pax)
- We recommend at least 4 weeks advance booking for this program.
- Entrepreneurship Design Thinking Workshop: S$40/pax (min 10 pax)
Full details of the program will be communicated upon being in touch with us. We’ll be able to customise this program based on varying group size, start time and preferences. To officially request a enquiry or customisation of your program, please contact us.