Low Carbon Singapore is an online publication dedicated to help Singapore reduce her carbon emissions and move towards the goal of a low carbon economy.
Our aim is to educate individuals, communities, businesses and organisations on issues relating to climate change, global warming and clean energy, and to help them take action and reduce their carbon footprint through useful information, news, tips, products and resources.
We believe that the climate crisis is a good opportunity to rethink how we live our lives and change how we do things. We encourage everyone to be positive and optimistic, and not to fear or deny climate change.
We can take proactive action to reduce our carbon footprint and more importantly, the government has to provide the leadership and policies to drive the change and build a low carbon economy.
We envision a Low Carbon Singapore that is:
- Strengthening our energy security through greater adoption of clean energy and energy efficiency
- Using innovative policies and technologies to reduce our carbon footprint, create green jobs and improve lives
- Taking the lead among developing countries and supporting them on climate change mitigation and adaptation
Green Future Solutions
Low Carbon Singapore is published by Green Future Solutions, a sustainability consulting company that helps businesses and organisations address environmental challenges and identify green opportunities.
Green Future Solutions guides companies and organisations along their sustainability journey, and helps them on:
- Strategy and Operations (Environmental Management; Eco-Office; Sustainability Strategy)
- Research and Content (Sustainability Research; Green Content Development; Environmental Talks)
- Marketing and Engagement (Social Media; Sustainability Marketing; Green Campaigns)
Eugene Tay, Founder and Editor
He is the Director of Green Future Solutions, a sustainability consulting company that helps businesses and organisations address environmental challenges and identify green opportunities.
Eugene previously worked for the National Environment Agency on waste minimisation and recycling, and taught ecotourism at the Ngee Ann Polytechnic.
He has a Master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the Nanyang Technological University and a Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Engineering with a Minor in Technopreneurship from the National University of Singapore.