Global Warming In Singapore

Singapore is not inoculated against global warming; we are threatened by the rising sea level as well as by the changed precipitation rate (rainfall).Weather records show a consistent increase in temperatures, the sea level has also gradually been increasing.

Annual Mean Surface Temperature (°C)


According to the tide gauge data in the Singapore Straits, the sea level has increased by a rough average of about 3 mm per year over the past 15 years. Moreover there has also been an increase in short spells of intense rainfall in the last two years.