Due to the threat of climate change to Sentosa, Sentosa Development Corporation (SDC) launched the Sustainable Sentosa strategic roadmap and committed to two major ambitions: to achieve carbon neutrality by 2030 and to become a globally recognised, certified sustainable tourism destination. To achieve these goals, SDC has collaborated with many stakeholders including government agencies, guests, island businesses, public, private, and non-profit partners. As a result, deployment of solar photovoltaic cells and other initiatives have been covered positively by local and international media. In addition, SDC and Sentosa island‘s businesses have achieved numerous sustainability awards and green certifications.
Keywords: Destination Management Policy or Strategy, Tourism Action Plan, Public Sustainability Reporting, GHG emissions and climate change mitigation, Low-impact mobility, Public transportation, Reducing energy consumption, Renewable Energy, Responding to climate risks, Climate change information, Promoting sustainability among enterprises, Sustainability standards Net Zero, carbon neutrality, renewable energy, transport and infrastructure, sustainable certification, global recognition