As a low-lying island city-state, Singapore is particularly vulnerable to the effects of sea level rise.
We are already experiencing the impact of climate change, such as more intense rainfall and prolonged dry spells.
By 2100, we could experience:
- Mean sea level rise of up to 1 metre
- An increase in daily mean temperatures as high as 4.6°C, and
- More extreme and intense weather events, which may lead to more frequent floods.