Imagine Singapore’s future. What do you see?
Do you see rising temperatures? Do you see the environment around you changing, more people getting unwell? Do you see a Singapore with insufficient food and clean water?
Nobody wants that Singapore but if we don’t change things now, that might just be our future. There is time to change things. But to do that, we must take bolder and more structural steps in this fight against the climate crisis. Civil society, ordinary Singaporeans, YOU, can play a part in ensuring Singapore’s security by requesting that our political and economic systems do more.
Where do you start?
On September 21st 2019 (Saturday), from 3:30pm to 6pm, we will be holding a rally at Hong Lim Park. We aim to bring together all who care about the climate crisis in recognition that this is a political issue.
The approximately 3-hour programme will feature face-painting and postcard-writing sessions, diverse speakers, a die-in and civic engagement/community activities, before concluding with a solidarity picnic that all are welcome to join.
Bring your loved ones, your families, your children, bring all your other furry and non-furry friends too– this is for everyone!
Due to restrictions surrounding the use of Hong Lim Park, we regret that this event is open to Singaporeans and PRs only.
Date, Time & Location:
21st September 2019, 3.30pm to 6pm
Hong Lim Park
Upper Pickering Street, Singapore 058284
Singapore Climate Rally is committed to being accessible for and inclusive to all persons. More information on available access accommodations will be released soon, along with a list of FAQ’s. In the meantime, do feel free to message us on FB messenger or to reach out to us at email@example.com for enquiries or additional access support.
This rally aims to be a space of empowerment, and to be a bold expression to the government that the climate crisis is not a total defence drill.
SG Climate Rally is made up of a group of individuals in Singapore who are concerned about climate change and who care deeply for our Singapore.
We aim to rally those who call Singapore home, through collective action and capacity building, to demand that our government take bold systemic action to mitigate the climate crisis.