The year is 2050.
We have successfully avoided the worst effects of climate change.
To do that, we had to make big changes to how we live, work and play.
Over the last 30 years, we came together to take on the greatest crisis of our times. We moved away from fossil fuels, and started relying entirely on renewable energy. We no longer measured how well Singapore was doing through GDP growth; instead we placed value on things that really mattered, like happiness, health, and equality.
We built a new relationship with nature that was not about consuming and destroying, but rather about balance and life. Today, we are proud to call this island state home. Today, we are no longer just a garden city—we are a community that thrives in nature.
But what exactly does this 2050 Singapore look like?