Growing the green plan

The Singapore Green Plan 2030 is admirable, but contains some challenges, such as can Singapore be both sustainable and maintain its business edge?

The Singapore 2030 Green Plan is a smart and bold one, and if managed correctly and pursued well, will go a long way in shoring up Singapore's reputation as a city in a garden-a city that is environmentally sustainable and yet that has an economy tha
The Singapore 2030 Green Plan is a smart and bold one, and if managed correctly and pursued well, will go a long way in shoring up Singapore's reputation as a city in a garden-a city that is environmentally sustainable and yet that has an economy that keeps growing. ST PHOTO: KUA CHEE SIONG
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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on February 26, 2021, with the headline Growing the green plan. Subscribe