WWF, S’pore disagree over emissions count [News]
By Grace Chua, The Straits Times, 18 Mar 2012.
Your carbon emissions are still too high but, hey, Singapore is doing a great job when it comes to energy efficiency and others can learn from you.
That seems to be the ‘yes, but…’ response from the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), in the wake of a rebuttal by Singapore’s National Climate Change Secretariat (NCCS) to scathing remarks about the Republic’s greening efforts.
Earlier this month, media reports said that the WWF’s Living Planet Report (2010) had named Singapore as having the highest per capita carbon footprint in the Asia-Pacific region.
WWF President Yolada Kakabadse had called Singapore ‘…maybe one of the best examples of what we should not do’.
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Source: The Straits Times