Road to 2030: Greening Singapore's real estate

Singapore is racing towards sustainability by 2030. What will the years leading up to this milestone look like, and what does the Green Plan 2030 mean for you?

January 10, 2022
  • Tay Huey Ying
  • Michelle Tee
  • Doreen Goh
  • Kamya Miglani

Singapore has set its sights on sustainable development by 2030, establishing clear targets and metrics to pave the way for the private sector to join in the race.

With the Green Plan 2030, the built environment will welcome the greening of at least 80% of Singapore’s buildings (by gross floor area) by 2030.

A recent study of 60 commercial real estate leaders in Singapore found that 8 in 10 occupiers view real estate as a game changer in achieving net zero carbon emissions.

Find out how else corporates are responding to Singapore’s sustainability drive. Download our latest report now for insights on how you can leverage this critical moment to turn responsibility into opportunity.

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