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Singapore: The First City in Nature?

When we plot the liveability of cities on a chart, positioning “Liveability” against “Population Density”, most of the indexes rank cities like Vancouver City, Sydney and Melbourne, among the most liveable cities.

2017
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Shaanxi: Conserving the Cradle of Chinese Civilisation

This report shares five heritage conservation models from Shaanxi, a culturally significant province throughout the country’s history. Its ancient capital, Xi’an (formerly Chang’an), was the imperial seat of administration for 13 dynasties.

2020
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Regeneration Without Demolition: Remaking Sewoon

Seoul’s bold efforts in transforming highways and main roads into public spaces for people and its creative rejuvenation of modern heritage were two reasons why it clinched the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize 2018.

2018
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Sustainable Districts for Sustainable Cities

Amidst disruptions caused by climate, social and technological change, sustainable districts offer a fresh urban planning approach for cities, said speakers at the Ecosperity Conversations. During the webinar, CLC's Research Director Dr Limin Hee showcased how districts can help cities achieve high economic performance, alongside high liveability and sustainability. Vice President of SP Group S. Harsha agreed that the district-scale can be used as a testbed to integrate urban eco-innovations such as district cooling and electric vehicle charging stations to offer an “energy as a service” approach for easy adoption, before scaling up.

2020
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Keep the Food Coming

Dr Ngiam Tong Tau, Chairman, Sky Urban Solutions, Former Chief Executive Officer, Agri-Food & Veterinary Authority (AVA)

2019
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Urban Redevelopment: One city, three models

This research was published as a case study on Urban Redevelopment of the Singapore City Waterfront in the World Bank’s new book, Regenerating Urban Land — A Practitioner’s Guide to Leveraging Private Investment.

2016
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