Singapore's methodical approach to becoming a net-zero city
Singapore has a tried-and-tested attitude to innovation, and its plans to become a net-zero city are no different. Four case studies show how it works
ESG and sustainable development professional and associate director at the National University of Singapore. With experience in real estate and sustainability services, he is part of the management group at the National University of Singapore where he oversees and manages a portfolio of campus projects and corporate sustainability initiatives. This has included the first purpose-built net-zero energy building in Singapore as well as carbon neutrality and sustainable investment strategies. He supports corporate sustainability development through industry partnerships and international collaborations resulting in programs such as the WELL Health and Safety Rating and WELL Portfolio. His work creates new opportunities of learning and real-world engagement for a wide community of industry professionals in Singapore and beyond.