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Don’t forget the smallholder! Finding inclusivity in land investments
Rapports et recherches
avril 2021
Asia du sud-est
Cambodge
Indonésie
Malaisie
Singapour

This is the report of a webinar which took place on 25th February 2021 organized by the Land Portal Foundation.

Publication évaluée par des pairs
janvier 2021
Singapour

Through structured comparison, this article seeks to present the different approaches to urban agriculture in the cities of Singapore and Kigali. The former is seen as a model ‘smart city’ worth following worldwide, while the latter is frequently referred to as the ‘Singapore of Africa’. The research conducted was divided into two stages.

Publication évaluée par des pairs
janvier 2021
Singapour

Through structured comparison, this article seeks to present the different approaches to urban agriculture in the cities of Singapore and Kigali. The former is seen as a model ‘smart city’ worth following worldwide, while the latter is frequently referred to as the ‘Singapore of Africa’. The research conducted was divided into two stages.

Land Journal Volume 9 Issue 11 cover image
Publication évaluée par des pairs
novembre 2020
Hong Kong
Singapour
Koweït

This paper investigates how natural resource conditions impact the physical development of cities and how, once built, the urban spatial structure leads to different patterns of resource use.

Supporting Singapore’s “30-By-30” Food Security Target
Documents de politique et mémoires
décembre 2019
Singapour

ABSTRACTED FROM EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: Singapore’s present status of importing over 90 per cent of its domestic food consumption needs is a result of the city-state’s deliberate industrialisation policy to transform from third world to first over the past decades, reducing the farmlands for food production from about 15,000 hectares in the 1960s to about 600 hectares today to make room for higher v

Singapore’s Lost Coast
Articles et Livres
septembre 2019
Singapour

Beginning during the colonial period, and greatly accelerating following independence in 1965, Singapore has used land reclamation to increase its national domain by nearly 25 per cent. The construction of new land was a key component of the nation’s celebrated rise from ‘third world’ to ‘first world’ in the postcolonial period.

Singapore as a sustainable city
Documents de politique et mémoires
septembre 2019
Singapour

This paper outlines Singapore’s major sustainability challenges and its policy response in the areas of land use, transportation, waste management, water, and energy. We review the current and past Concept Plans from the perspective of sustainable land use and provide an overview of transportation policy in Singapore.

Development Assessment of the Singapore Land
Publication évaluée par des pairs
août 2019
Singapour

Urban indicators plays an important role in the planning and sustainable development of the cities. This paper presents a methodology to determine the favorability index for development of Singapore based on land cover. The ‘City Index’ of Singapore was calculated using five indicators – Social, Environmental, Industrialization, Economic, and Naturality.

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