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SGBC and BCA are leading the co-creation of the Singapore Green Building Masterplan for a more sustainable built environment.

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Did you know that buildings account for over 20% of emissions in Singapore?

Our buildings are an important part of Singapore’s climate change mitigation strategy and can directly contribute to more efficient energy use. This why it is important for the built environment to be designed, constructed and operated as green and sustainably as possible.

On 31 March 2020, Singapore submitted our Long-Term Low Emissions Development Strategy (LEDS) to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, building on existing aspirations to halve our emissions from its peak to 33MtCO2e by 2050, with a view to achieving net zero emissions as soon as viable in the second half of the century. Having greener, more efficient buildings will help Singapore achieve its climate ambitions. This also ties in with Singapore’s Inter-Ministerial Committee on Sustainable Development’s (IMCSD) target of having at least 80% of the buildings’ gross floor area (GFA) in Singapore to be green by 2030.


We Want to Hear from You!

We want to do more to further green our buildings and mitigate emissions. The Building and Construction Authority and the Singapore Green Building Council would like to invite you to co-create the Singapore Green Building Masterplan, as we push the boundaries for the next phase of Singapore’s green building journey.

Let us know your views by scanning the QR Code below or clicking the banner:

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For more information on Singapore’s Long-Term Low Emissions Development Strategy and Green Buildings, please visit: