Leading Singaporean landscape architects declare climate and biodiversity emergency

23 November 2020
Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl and other leading Singaporean landscape architecture firms are calling on local and international landscape architects to act in response to climate change and biodiversity loss.
Image courtesy: Singapore Landscape Architects Declare

Image courtesy: Singapore Landscape Architects Declare


Leonard Ng

Leonard Ng Keok Poh

Regional Market Director, Architecture & Landscape, Asia Pacific
T: +65 6958 2221

While the world is currently struggling with the current Covid Pandemic, the Climate & Biodiversity Emergency remains a critical global issue. There may be hope for an effective vaccine or treatment for the virus in the near future, but without collective global action, there are no similar prospects for solving the climate and biodiversity emergency.

Even if Singapore aspires to become a City in Nature, it is definitely not immune to the impact of the Climate Change and Biodiversity loss. ‘Singapore Landscape Architects Declare’ is therefore asking for a collective action to confront the twin crisis as ‘the most serious issue of our time’.

Ramboll Studio Dreiseitl joins Singapore Landscape Architects Declare as one of its founding signatories. Members of the SG Landscape Architects Declare have pledged to design landscapes with a more positive impact on the environment, which should then be part of a larger self‐sustaining system.

Read the full press release here that includes the actions proposed.



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