Liveable Density: A Conversation with Heng Chye Kiang
Conversation - Heng Chye Kiang
An NUS Professor of Architecture explains how thoughtful planning, good design, and inclusive choices can enable residents to thrive in dense urban environments.
Designing for A Human Future
Conversation - Wong Mun Summ
In a conversation with ETHOS, a co-founder of WOHA Architects explains what is needed to realise a sustainable and liveable future in today’s cities.
Sustaining Passion and Wellbeing in the City of the Future
Conversation - Rahul Mittal
Veteran urban designer and planner Rahul Mittal reflects on key trends in the evolution of urban life, and how planners can engage with community aspirations and energies.
The Future of Urban Sustainability: Implications for Governance
Article - Yuichi Kikuzawa, Elly Chiu
How might we continue to build sustainability and liveability for our people, in the face of local and global shifts, resource pressures, changing societal values and other discontinuities?
Book - Liveable and Sustainable Cities - A Framework
This book examines the roles of Singapore’s pioneering leaders and their innovative policies.
Ethos, journal of the Civil Service College Singapore
ETHOS is a publication of the Civil Service College, Singapore. It aims to provide thought leadership, insight and context on a wide range of public policy issues of interest to Singapore.
Planning and Innovation for City Success
Interview - Alan Altshuler
In this interview, Professor Alan Altshuler of Harvard University discusses the attributes of a successful city and compares the city success of Singapore with US cities.
Developing a Liveable and Sustainable Singapore
Article - Toh Boon Kwan
Singapore’s developmental success is underpinned by principled approaches to the ubiquitous challenges of urban governance.
Preface Issue 24
Preface - Hugh Lim
The Global Talent War: Why Singapore Needs to Get Serious About Branding Itself
Article - Ng Siew Kiang
Singapore has what it takes to be a global talent magnet: now it needs to make its case clearly, argues Ng Siew Kiang from Contact Singapore.