The panel touched on ways in which cities, and Singapore specifically, can adopt green technology to create renewable energy
The chairman of Shell Companies in Singapore, Lee Tzu Yang (third from left), and senior vice-president of corporate social responsibility at the Halcyon Group, Howard Shaw also joined in the discussion
At 77, she still tirelessly travels more than 300 days a year to take her message of conservation around the world, working especially with youths to spark meaningful change
She said: “We have to get together and do something to get out of the mess we’ve made"
Dr Jane Goodall warned that “the time will come when the planet sort of gives up”
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Thank you for attending the Ideas for a Better World Forum featuring Dr Jane Goodall as the keynote speaker. Here are some pictures of the event today.

For those who missed the forum, click here <http://www.sif.org.sg/betterworldforum/videos.php> for the videos of the keynote address by Dr Goodall and the panel discussion.


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