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WCD2023 is the leading global dermatology congress, it will bring together experts from around the world, who will share their expertise and knowledge, and foster the development of the subspecialties, and showcase the most recent advances presented by the participating industry partners.

This significance opportunity has motivated us to plan an event that will also control its environmental, social, and economic impact, and lead the way toward more responsible actions.

What does it mean for us to act responsibly?

Thinking, planning, doing, involving, and sharing.

What drives us?

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, Singapore Green Plan 2030, and the urgency of the climate change has guided us to draft the document that has become our manifesto.

Download the WCD2023 Green Policy

What follows?

We hope that these efforts will lead to actions. In order to ensure that the impact generated leaves a positive and lasting footprint, all stakeholders must be involved.

Let’s do this together!

We celebrate the 25th WCD with 25 concrete actions to make this Congress more responsible.

Download the WCD2023 Green Nudges

The 25th World Congress of Dermatology supports the OneMillionTrees movement.

This project aims to restore nature to Singapore by planting one million additional trees over the next ten years.
This is part of Singapore’s transformation into a City in Nature, a key component of the Singapore Green Plan 2030.
The community is critical to the success of this movement; join us and help make Singapore greener!

Learn more about OneMillionTrees movement

With the aim of giving thanks and leaving a legacy to the host city, WCD2023 believes it is critical to support the greening of Singapore through tree planting, contributing to the National Parks Board’s City in Nature vision, a key pillar of the Singapore Green Plan 2030.
As a result, it has been decided to launch a fundraising campaign in support of the local charity Garden City Fund in order to compensate for the impacts caused by the Congress.

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