SINGAPORE: More than 20,000 people turned up for what was Singapore’s biggest—ever walk—for—a—green—cause event.
The walk was part of Singapore G1, branded as Singapore’s "largest environmentally—sustainable lifestyle event" and organised by the Singapore Environment Council.
This is the second time the event is being organised.
Singapore Deputy Prime Minister, Coordinating Minister for National Security and Minister for Home Affairs Teo Chee Hean was also present to launch a new climate change exhibition called "Our Green Home".
The exhibition is organised by the National Climate Change Secretariat.
It provides information on Singapore’s climate change plans and highlights the importance of individual and community actions to address climate change.
The exhibition will travel to selected libraries, community clubs and shopping malls in the heartlands in the coming months.
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