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Japan-Singapore Environmental Policy Dialogue

In 2010, Japan signed on the "Letter of Intent between Ministry of the Environment, Japan and the National Environment Agency, Republic of Singapore on Cooperation in the Areas of 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse and Recycle) and Solid Waste Management," and promoted cooperation by July 2013. After the expiration of the Letter of Intent, both ministries concluded the "Letter of Intent between Ministry of the Environment, Japan and the National Environment Agency, Republic of Singapore on Environmental Cooperation" in 2014 with the aim of carrying out more comprehensive environmental cooperation. Since then, various activities have been taken based on the Letter of Intent.

Year Venue Outline
1st Dialogue
(2014)
Singapore Agreed to promote cooperation in the areas such as ash reuse, air pollution and noise control in addition to 3Rs/solid waste management. Confirmed the policies of future policy dialogues.
2nd Dialogue
(2015)
Tokyo Shared policies and experiences in both countries, exchanged opinions and agreed to continue accelerating bilateral environmental cooperation in the areas such as 3Rs and solid waste management and air pollution. Agreed to continue cooperation in the areas of waste management and recycling in 2015 and to share experiences of noise control and monitoring of radiation dose in the next policy dialogue.
3rd Dialogue
(2016)
Singapore The two countries shared their policies and experience on an adaptation plan for the impacts of climate change, management of waste generated by radioactive substance monitoring and decontamination, and air quality control concerning vehicle emissions control, and agreed to further promote environmental cooperation.