Climate Change: A Wicked Problem
Climate Change: A Wicked Problem - S1E1: Our Carbon Problem
Would tiny Singapore’s efforts even matter in the face of climate change? Through surprising insights and public stunts, Janil Puthucheary gets us to reconsider the impact Singapore can really have.
The skies are bluer, carbon emissions are falling, and it appears we’re giving the environment a much-needed break.
The thing is - have we really moved the needle on climate change, or is this just a comfortable illusion?
In this four-part series, we confront a global threat – climate change – with host Janil Puthucheary. He hits the ground to investigate what Singapore is doing to combat climate change. Are we too small to make a difference.
We use future tense when we talk about climate change, but it’s already affecting communities all over the world. And the effects are not missed on us either. From plastics to electricity to food, he breaks down the little things that’d make up unique solutions for a unique nation. Solutions that we have to start on, NOW.
And in a final war cry, he rallies Singaporeans to fix it with personal responsibility.