Singapore's Future in the Face of Climate Change

04 Aug 2017

Contributor: HAN Suling Cheryl

Assistant Professor Wang Xianfeng speaks about the future of Singapore in the face of global warming (Source: Screen grab of interview on Channel NewsAsia)

A recent BBC report announced that South Asia could be uninhabitable by 2100 due to global warming. Singapore Tonight, a nightly Channel NewsAsia programme, investigated the potential ramifications of this extreme global warming for Singapore.

The hosts of Singapore Tonight spoke to Assistant Professor Wang Xianfeng, a Principal Investigator at the Earth Observatory of Singapore, about the weather that Singapore can expect in the future, due to climate change.

Aired on 3 August 2017 at 10pm on Channel NewsAsia, the episode can be viewed here.

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