Singapore has already adopted various strategies to cope with coastal erosion and flooding as sea levels rise. In 2016, Singapore raised the coastal Nicoll Drive (above) in Changi by up to 0.8m.ST FILE PHOTO

Due to its position on the Equator, Singapore may be spared tropical cyclones that last year wreaked havoc in the northern hemisphere.

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From calls to avoid plastic packaging to campaigns to cut food waste, the message for everyone to help fight climate change will be amplified next year.

2018 will be the Year of Climate Action for Singapore, declared Minister for the Environment and Water Resources Masagos Zulkifli last month.

Read more: Looking Ahead to 2018: To tackle climate change, all hands needed on deck


Mr Masagos Zulkifli stressed Singapore’s commitment to fight climate change, given that the island-state is vulnerable to the environmental impact. TODAY file photo

SINGAPORE — Next year will be designated the “Year of Climate Action” for Singapore, the Environment and Water Resources Minister announced on Thursday (Nov 16).

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