Cities and Urbanization

Singapore's methodical approach to becoming a net-zero city

The Tengah Town development in Singapore is surrounded by lush landscaping and a forest corridor, creating nature-centric neighbourhoods Image: Singapore Housing & Development Board

Khee Poh Lam

Provost’s Chair Professor, College of Design and Engineering, National University of Singapore

Giovanni Cossu

Associate Director, Sustainability Services, National University of Singapore

Limin Hee

Director, Research, Centre for Liveable Cities, Singapore

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