When referring to any of the results of our analysis and/or its concept and design, please cite us accordingly:
Global Plastics Policy Centre (2022) March A., Salam, S., Evans, T., Hilton, J., Fletcher, S. (editors). Global Plastics Policy Review. Revolution Plastics, University of Portsmouth.
Singapore Green Plan 2030View the policy document
Key FindingsView the policy document
The Singapore Green Plan 2030 is a ten-year plan. It is a whole-of-nation sustainable development agenda, and has five key pillars including: 1. City in Nature 2. Energy Reset 3. Sustainable Living 4. Green Economy 5. Resilient Future. The primary driver for this policy was political, supporting the Paris Agreement and the 2030 Agenda and SDGs. The Singapore Green Plan is leaded by five ministries – the Ministries of Sustainability and the Environment (MSE), Trade and Industry (MTI), Transport (MOT), National Development (MND), and Education (MOE) – and supported by the whole of Government (Singapore Green Plan 2030, n.d.).
There was insufficient evidence available to complete the evaluation framework at the time of the assessment. However, a progress update on the Green Plan provided during the Committee of Supply Debate in March 2022 seem to indicate that the policy is progressing well (The National Climate Change Secretariat (NCCS), n.d.; Kumar & Peh, 2022).
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Through an analytical framework, we've reviewed over 100 plastic policies. These reviews determine the effectiveness of policies in reducing plastic pollution and we offer recommendations in light of this evidence, to enhance future policy making. You can find out more about our methods on our methods page.Methods