Singapore is different to all the other countries we have reported about so far and the measures it is taking to combat climate change are subsequently also very different. The combination of extremely limited resource availability and a dense island population mean that cleaning up the energy mix and reducing carbon emissions is a real challenge for Singapore. It has no fossil fuel resources and very little opportunity to use renewables. Singapore is making the best of its situation by focusing on energy efficiency and becoming a hub for technology and research in alternative energy solutions. Many policies and programs have been introduced so that Singapore still contributes to the global effort to mitigate global warming.
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