Urban Heat Island Effect

by: Mayer Marketing

Urban Heat Effect


When we’re discussing the urban heat effect, our first instinct is to blame climate change. But there are things we can do at home to reduce the temperature and footprint in Singapore.

Climate change isn’t just happening on a global level. The effects are also being seen in cities, experiencing the urban heat effect. The Southeast Asian financial center has been heating up twice as fast as the world average over the past six decades, according to government data. This includes cities in tropical areas but also those in temperate zones like Singapore.

Let's stand together by making small and consistent efforts to reduce temperature and footprint in Singapore.


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