Young NTUC CROSSROADS: 30 April, 7.30pm

In this upcoming session of CROSSROADS by Young NTUC, hear 350 Singapore’s firsthand account about last December’s UN climate talks (COP20), what to expect in 2015 leading up to COP21 and what climate change means to Singapore. More details below.



As the world becomes addicted to carbon consumption and blasts past the 400ppm milestone, this catastrophic landmark signals it is time to go green! How can we grow our economy while protecting the environment at the same time?

Chat with the team from 350 Singapore as they also share insights from the United Nations Climate Change Conference that they attended last December.

Date: 30 Apr 2015, Thursday

Time: 7:30PM  –  9:00PM

Venue: NTUC Centre, One Marina Boulevard, Level 9, Room 903




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